The Oklahoma City Thunder were the only team in the NBA to have an operating loss last season.
Operating profits reached a record $70 million per team last season, which was up 15 percent from the season before.
There were six teams that had profits of at least $100 million.
For the Thunder, they lost $23 million due to their $61 million luxury tax bill in a small market. The owners of the Thunder made the decision out of their own accord to relocate the franchise from Seattle (14th biggest market) to Oklahoma City (41st biggest market).