In the NBA, machine parts and apparel are sold in the trade show, but they are also in demand as a source of revenue.
The league announced it will use the machines to generate revenue from merchandise sales.
A new product, the “Bipap Machine,” is one of the items that will make up the product line of the new machine, which will cost $1.5 million to produce.
The machines are manufactured in the United States, and are made by Precision Manufacturing Company.
The NBA announced it is using the machines in the new season to make more revenue, including apparel and merchandise.
This will help offset the NBA’s loss of $1 billion in revenue from the lockout, according to a memo from league officials.
This is the second time the league has used the machines.
Last year, the league used the devices to generate a total of $6 million in revenue.
The NBA has had a problem generating revenue for its sports franchises for years.
Last season, the team with the worst record generated the most revenue per player, with $1 million.
But the league also reported revenue in the $1 to $1 per player range for last year’s season.
This year, it is the league’s biggest revenue source, with revenue in that range.
It’s not clear how much the machines generate for the league, but the league said the machines are profitable.
It said they generate an average of $800,000 per year for the players.
It’s not yet clear if the machines will be sold on the NBA Trade Mart, but it is unclear if that will be possible.
The leagues website does not list a date for when the machines may be available for sale.
Mashable has reached out to the league for comment.