March 17, 2010

March 17, 2010

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Jordan is the first former player to become a majority owner in the NBA when the league's Board of Governors approves his $275 million purchase of the Charlotte Bobcats. Today, the team is known as the Hornets.

"I am especially pleased to have the opportunity to build a winning team in my home state of North Carolina."

- Michael Jordan

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