Sale of AEG could impact more than 10 NBA teams

Originally posted on ProBasketballTalk:

Tuesday night when we mentioned that AEG was for sale — that would be the entertainment and sports subsidiary of The Anschutz Co., run by Denver billionaire Philip Anschutz — the focus was on Los Angeles basketball. And with reason — AEG owns 40 percent of the Los Angeles Lakers plus the Staples Center where both the Lakers and Clippers play. Really, AEG is the driving force behind every major sport in Los Angeles except USC football.

But the impact of an AEG sale on the NBA is much, much bigger than just in Los Angeles. And if the units are not sold as one but are broken up into parts, things could get very interesting.

Henry Abbott at TrueHoop put together a partial list of teams that play in AEG buildings — the Spurs, Timberwolves, Nets (the new Barclays Center is part them), Grizzlies, Warriors, Blazers, Lakers, Clippers, Heat…

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