Golden State Warriors co-owner and CEO of Mandalay Entertainment group Peter Guber has his fingers in lots of pies, and just stuck one in another as he is part of the $2 billion ownership group that took over the Los Angeles Dodgers, according to report.
Along with former Los Angeles Lakers star Magic Johnson and former Atlanta Braves and Washington Nationals President Stan Kasten, Guber is part of the record deal for sale of a North American sports franchise. The deal is subject to approval by federal bankruptcy court.
Aside from his position as CEO of Mandalay Entertainment Group, which owns and operate six minor league baseball teams in Pennsylvania, Texas, Ohio and New York, as well as having movie and television production divisions as well. Back in 2010 Guber joined Joe Lacob to buy the Warriors for a NBA record $450 million.
Now we'll have to wait and see if he wants in on an NFL team coming to Tinsel Town as well.
For more on the Dodgers sale, head over to True Blue LA.