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Sources: NBA Could Buy Bucks From Prospective Owners If No Arena Deal By '17

04 / 22 / 14

The NBA "has the right to buy back" the Bucks from prospective Owners Wesley Edens and Mark Lasry if a "deal to a bring a new arena to the city is not in place" by November '17, according to sources cited by Windhorst & Stein of ESPN.com. The $550M sale of the team by Owner Herb Kohl announced...

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