By now, SIBI has become a ubiquitous source of news, and the news is always interesting and entertaining.
It’s also a little bit depressing.
SIBI’s latest annual report has been out for a few days, and while I’m sure many of you will already have a lot of things to say, I’ll make one thing abundantly clear.
SIB’s annual report is an exercise in futility, and that’s a big deal.
I can’t help but feel that this year’s report was the worst one since SIBI launched in the mid-1990s.
The report was just too bad.
The year was filled with bad news for SIBI, and there was a lot.
Some of it was a product of the 2017 election.
While Trump won, a lot went south for SIBAI.
The Trump administration didn’t take a stand on the matter, and a lot did.
The company had to pull back on some of its more high-profile projects, including the NBA’s new arena and a partnership with the NCAA that didn’t go ahead.
But it didn’t get much worse.
SIBAIC’s new stadium is on track to be completed by the 2020-21 season, and it is looking good, but the arena isn’t even close to complete yet.
SINBA had to cancel a big-name event in Las Vegas and cancel a few more in addition to the NBA, and those were a couple of the highlights.
The SIBI report was particularly depressing for SIBL, which is not even the same as SIBI.
SIBL’s most recent annual report included a few positive things, but it also included a lot that was very negative.
It was filled to the brim with a lot about the company’s new NBA arena, but a lot more was about its plans to shut down the NCAA and the NBA.
SIBCI also had to make some major moves, and as of last week, that decision had been made.
That news was especially concerning, since the company had already laid off more than 30 people in a bid to save money.
That’s a lot for an organization that was already looking at its future.
I think it’s fair to say that the 2017-18 season was a big disappointment for SIB.
The team’s brand had fallen off a cliff, and even the league itself had come out against SIBI in its own report.
The SIBI annual report was bad, but this year was even worse.
It just didn’t feel right.
That’s not to say I don’t appreciate that the team’s new owner, the NBA and the NCAA are trying to come to a resolution, or that they’re going to try to make the best of this situation.
They’re working hard to address the problems and make the most of the opportunity that exists.
But I can tell you this: The 2017-2018 season was not a great one for SIBOI.
There were still some good stories, but they were overshadowed by the fact that the company went through some difficult times and had to shut its doors.
It had to do that to survive.
And that’s really a shame.
The 2017-19 season was also a huge turning point for SIBCL.
The year was a success, but that success was overshadowed by a lot other news.
A lot of the company was hurt in the financial market, and people in the industry thought that it was only going to get worse.
That wasn’t the case.
SIBOH had to deal with the NBA lockout and the ongoing legal issues surrounding its basketball operations.
It also had a number of big announcements that would have made for a great season for the company.
The fact that SIBOLI was able to turn around its business, which was already struggling, and turn things around for the good is what made SIBCLI a huge success.
The company is still very much a part of the sports world.
It still has an NBA team, and SIBI still hosts a lot people from the league’s other teams, including players.
But in the end, it’s not going to be SIBI for long.
SIBD has the rights to broadcast the NBA on ESPN, and in that sense, it is still SIBI at this point.
That said, it seems that the new owners aren’t going to let the league be SIBA, even if it means shutting down SIBI entirely.
It would be great if they would do that, but if they’re not, it will be the end of SIBI as we know it.
I’m not sure that this will help SIBI move forward, but I think it will at least make it a little more viable for people to keep watching its shows.
The league is a huge part of our lives, and we should be proud of that.
I hope that the fans will continue to keep supporting SIBI and its shows, and