How much does the flat tire cost?

For most fans, a flat tire can be the last thing you think about as you’re sitting in the bleachers.

But as fans continue to take advantage of the season’s long holiday weekends and the new season of NBA basketball, a new problem has emerged.

For most players, the flat tires are the worst thing that can happen to them in the season.

For some, they’re even the worst possible thing that could happen to the team.

But how much does a flat-tire injury cost?

If you’re the most expensive member of the team, your career could be over.

The cost of a flat is calculated by subtracting your career average of the previous 10 seasons of regular season and playoffs games played.

If you play in the playoffs only twice, your average is the difference between your career averages.

The best example is NBA veteran David Lee, who plays for the Orlando Magic.

Lee, whose career average is about 23 points per game, has been averaging 18.6 points per contest in the postseason.

That’s the second-lowest average of his career and is down from his previous best of 22.6.

Lee’s average cost about $7.5 million in the first three seasons of the salary cap.

For the next three seasons, he will be on the books for about $6.2 million.

He’s going to get his money back this season and next year if he plays well enough to warrant that.

But what about players who don’t play well enough?

Injuries and off-court issues have a big impact on a player’s ability to perform at a high level.

Injuries that affect a player like a torn labrum, sprained ankle or broken leg can have a negative impact on his overall career.

It’s possible that Lee, a six-time All-Star, might not be able to return to the form that made him a three-time NBA champion.

The bottom line is that players will likely get hurt at some point in their careers.

The most likely injuries to be serious are not those that can be avoided, like an ankle injury, but those that are a serious risk to a player, like a broken wrist or a knee injury.

The injuries will likely be worse if the injury isn’t treated at an early stage.

The injury might not even be diagnosed until later in the career, when the team is trying to rebuild a roster or try to rebuild its salary cap position.

Injuries and concussions can be treated with medications.

But the team can’t afford to wait and wait and hope that the injuries don’t result in more serious problems later in life.

In a recent interview with ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne, Lee said he believes concussions should be covered in the players’ contracts.

Lee said, “The money that they give me is for the rest of my career.

I’m not going to play for them anymore if I can help it.”