Two legends in Jerry Buss and Pat Riley having a good laugh. (Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports)
Legendary Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss recently passed away, but his memory will forever live on throughout the NBA and especially in Hollywood.
Budweiser plans to honor the greatest owner in sports history this Sunday in the LA Times. Below is a sneak peek of the ad they will run in the paper.
We couldn’t have said it better ourselves: Hollywood’s greatest producer never made a movie.
Photo courtesy of Twitter (@darrenrovell).
h/t Darren Rovell
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