A lot of people are asking why the NBA has decided to start using civil engineers in its emoji.
This comes as the league is getting into the civil engineering game as a way to improve its online service and provide better coverage for its players and the teams that play them.
But it’s unclear whether this will be the way the NBA continues to be the most accessible sport in the world.
Celtic is a big example.
The team that drafted James Wall in the first round in 2011 is now looking to make an emoji out of its star point guard.
NBA is exploring the use of civil engineers to enhance the emoji of NBA players and their coaches.
The NBA has not released any official emoji of its players.
Instead, its Twitter feed features the likes of Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, and Kyrie Irving, and other NBA players.
But the NBA’s Twitter feed is only the beginning.
The league is also exploring using the NBA Network to showcase the game on television.
This year, it will debut its new NBA app, which will be available on Roku and Apple TV devices, on March 6.
A key element of this app will be a series of games.
Players will be able to watch games online or on television using their smartphones, iPads, and iPhones.
This will allow them to watch and share the games on their devices and be able more easily connect to fans on social media.
This also means that fans will be seeing a better representation of the NBA in their Twitter feed.
“We want to make sure that fans have access to the most up-to-date information on the game,” said league spokesman Brian Windhorst in an interview with NBA.com.
“The NBA Network will offer up-close and personal coverage of every game, and it will offer players more in-depth access to analytics.”
Windhorst said that the league will also offer more in depth coverage of its online services and its apps.
He did not offer any details on when the league would roll out this service.
But it’s not just the NBA that is trying to increase the visibility of its games online.
The NCAA is also looking to bring some of its fan experiences online as well.
The governing body is working with a number of other leagues and sports organizations to make its online offerings more accessible.
The NCAA is working on a new digital video content and live events platform that will include a number more digital elements than those that exist today.
It’s also working on its own digital content and event management software that will allow it to better manage its online content and events, and to share the content online and with fans.
The league is not releasing a detailed plan on how the new platform will work yet, but Windhorss said that it will be part of its new digital offerings.
It’s also looking at the use and distribution of emoji.
NBA is also working with various technology companies to make their online and mobile apps more accessible to fans and fans can also interact with the teams and players online and on television through their smartphones and other mobile devices.
“We are looking at what platforms are best for fans and for fans’ enjoyment of the game, not just a few people,” Windhorsews said.
“The fans who come to the game and the fans who watch live games and the fan who comes to games on TV can now easily and seamlessly interact with and enjoy all of that information, so it’s really going to be a lot more accessible for fans.”