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Minnesota United Officially Hire Longtime T'Wolves President Chris Wright As First CEO

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 09 / 19 / 17

Minnesota United yesterday officially named T'Wolves and WNBA Lynx President CHRIS WRIGHT CEO. Wright will oversee both the business and sporting sides of the MLS club. He starts in the new role Oct. 6 ( Minnesota United ). Wright said that he "initially began talking about this opportunity" ...

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