Brooklyn Nets Land $30M Per Year Patch Deal

    • The Brooklyn Nets agreed to a multiyear jersey patch deal with Webull.
    • The deal is valued at roughly $30 million per year.

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The Brooklyn Nets agreed to a multiyear jersey patch placement with online trading platform Webull on Monday in a deal valued at roughly $30 million per year, according to CNBC. 

The Golden State Warriors previously held the largest per-year deal for a jersey patch, receiving $20 million each season from Japan-based e-commerce company Rakuten.

Last week, the Los Angeles Lakers inked a five-year jersey patch sponsorship worth more than $100 million with leading South Korean food brand Bibigo. 

Jersey patch deals have increased sponsorship in the NBA by 70% since the 2016-17 season and continue to be a hot commodity.

  • recently secured a jersey patch deal with the Philadelphia 76ers for roughly $10 million annually. 
  • Monumental Sports & Entertainment, which owns the Washington Wizards, is looking for a new jersey sponsor with an asking price of $12 million per year.

The Nets are owned by Alibaba co-founder Joseph Tsai, who purchased a 49% controlling interest in the team in 2017 for $1 billion. Two years later, he acquired the remaining 51% from Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov in a sale reportedly valued at $2.35 billion — a record price for a sports franchise.

Webull, a subsidiary of Chinese holding company Fumi Technology, is valued at $1 billion, per PitchBook.