Beyonce Considering The Purchase Of A Participation In The Houston Rockets

HipHop News Posted on August 2, 2017 at 4:38am

Beyonce Considering The Purchase Of A Participation In The Houston Rockets

NBA property runs in the family.

Houston, TX – Beyonce loves Houston and Houston loves her back.

The 35-year life of the legend of the native city was integral in the definition of the multi-platinum feeling that many know and love today. seeing that the NBA Houston Rockets franchise means that a good part of the infrastructure of the city and the culture, not only makes cents (O. K. a lot of cents) for her to claim a share in the ball club.

Reports from Bloomberg have recently emerged alleging that Queen Bey is considering the possibility of investing in the placement of a property of the bidding for the purchase of the franchise.

Rockets owner Les Alexander announced last month that he was putting the legendary franchise (the recipients of back-to-back championships in the decade of the 90's) for sale. Potential buyers from all over the world are apparently interested in getting a piece of the action. Alexander to pay $85 million for the ball club in 1993. Today, due to the popularity of the franchise in China, due to the former Rockets center Yao Ming, the club should sell for almost $2 billion.

Until now, there has not been a response from Beyoncé's publicist confirming or denying the claim. (The Houston Rockets also declined to comment.) As it stands, the team has had a long offseason, the trade of seven players to the All-Star guard Chris Paul in a blockbuster swap that would combine their talents with the MVP of the league-hope James Harden in the next season. Trade talks to acquire the Knicks ' superstar Carmelo Anthony have also picked up steam.

H-Town DNA: Remember this one? Beyonce "been" your Lone Star steez.

Have a slice of the pie that is a franchise of the NBA is not a new phenomenon for the Hip Hop of the couple. In 2004, JAY-Z was a member of an ownership group, led by developer Bruce Ratner, who bought the New Jersey Nets. He waived his right of property, in 2013 to expand their plans of Roc Nation Sports. "Being a member of the Nets organ

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