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JOURNAL OF SPORTS ECONOMICS / May 2005

TABLE 1:

Racial Composition of NBA Teams, 1990-1998

Team

Chicago Utah Phoenix Cleveland Orlando Golden State Seattle New Jersey Indiana Milwaukee Washington Atlanta Minnesota Dallas Charlotte Sacramento Boston Houston Miami San Antonio Denver Vancouver* Detroit LA Clippers Philadelphia LA Lakers Portland New York Toronto*

All Teams U.S. Teams

Percentage White 1990-1991 to 1998-1999 Seasons

Percentage of Total Minutes Played by White Players 1996-1997 to 1998-1999 Seasons

NOTE: Column 1 shows, by NBA team, the mean percentage of players on the team’s roster who are White, averaged over nine seasons (1990-1991 through 1998-1999). Column 2 shows the percentage of total minutes played by White players for all games over three seasons (1996-1997 to 1998-1999). Data are from Official NBA Register (Sporting News, various years), Official NBA Guide (Sporting News, var- ious years), and the NBA Web site (see www.nba.com). *For expansion teams, Vancouver and Toronto, column 2 data are available for only four seasons (1995-1998).

discrimination. We examine the relation between the racial composition of teams and their respective markets using SMSA and NBA team data from the 1990-1991

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