An NBA team is reportedly planning to issue a watermark on every game poster it issues, in an effort to prevent fans from being able to find out who is the winning player.
According to TMZ, the team plans to issue “The World’s Largest Watermark” to every game posters the team issues, including those for the upcoming NBA Finals.
The World is a fan-based league that is meant to allow fans to have a say in who is playing in their team’s game.
It allows fans to vote on who they want to see playing in the NBA Finals and the players who they wish to see in their league.
As fans are allowed to vote, a team would have to issue an “Unofficial Draft Day” poster.
However, if a fan votes for someone they do not know, the poster would not be considered official.
This would be a violation of the rules, according to TMZ.
If this plan goes forward, fans will have to make their own poster, with their own watermark.
The official poster would have no connection to the game, but would be the same as the official draft poster.
The NBA is one of the oldest and largest professional sports leagues in the world.
This year, it will be celebrating its 100th anniversary.