Il team WNBA Atlanta Dream è stato venduto a nuovi proprietari -- compreso un ex giocatore

Il sogno di Atlanta, il team WNBA precedentemente co-posseduto dall'ex senatore degli Stati Uniti. Kelly Loeffler, è stato venduto.

La cessione della squadra a Larry Gottesdiener, presidente della società immobiliare nazionale Northland, was unanimously approved by the WNBA and the NBA Board of Governors.
According to a statement Friday, the new ownership group will also include Northland’s Chief Operating Officer Suzanne Abair and former Dream player Renee Montgomerymaking her the first former player to become an owner and executive of a WNBA team.
With the unanimous WNBA and NBA votes, today marks a new beginning for the Atlanta Dream organization and we are very pleased to welcome Larry Gottesdiener and Suzanne Abair to the WNBA,” WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert said in a statement.
    I admire their passion for women’s basketball, but more importantly, have been impressed with their values,” Engelbert said. “I am also thrilled that former WNBA star Renee Montgomery will be joining the ownership group as an investor and executive for the team. Renee is a trailblazer who has made a major impact both in the game and beyond.

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