Adam Silver was asked if there were any plans to make a deal with the Toronto Raptors due to the drop in the Canadian dollar.
In the past, Major League Baseball made a deal to give the Toronto Blue Jays and Montreal Expos some relief.
"There is no current plans to make any adjustments, but we have a planning committee of our owners that deals with matters like that," said Silver. "Of course it's something that we talk to MLSE about all the time. I should say the issue is complex, because in many cases when it comes to league revenue that's paid to the Raptors, it's paid in U.S. dollars, and they have other expenses, of course, they pay in Canadian dollars. So it's something that we're studying.
"The Raptors have not asked for relief from the league, but there have been periods of time historically when the Canadian dollar was at a low point when there have been adjustments made. So we'll continue to look at it. That's the purpose of our planning committee, which also oversees revenue sharing among our teams."