Steph Curry, Diddy express interest in buying Panthers


Per ESPN, Rubin - who owns stakes in the 76ers, the NHL's New Jersey Devils and Crystal Palace of England's Premier League - has also reached out to fellow billionaires David Tepper and Ben Navarro.

We first learned that the Panthers would be put up for sale after workplace misconduct allegations surfaced against the team's founder and current owner, Jerry Richardson.

The franchise is valued at $2.3 billion, per Forbes, which also estimates Rubin's net worth at $3 billion. He has put together quite a team of investors that include Curry and Combs.

Shortly after Richardson conveyed his intention to sell, both Combs and Curry, a North Carolina native, expressed interest in joining a group to buy the team.

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With 25 members allowed to make up a group of majority owners, Diddy and Curry would be able to easily become minority owners in the team, although their involvement reportedly has not been finalized. Richardson, 81, bought the Panthers when they were started as an expansion franchise in 1995.

Stephen Curry, who grew up in Charlotte, is a Panthers fan looking to become part of the team's next ownership group. The billionaire businessman Michael Rubin is set on buying NFL's Carolina Panthers. "Nothing really to say about it besides that I'm very interested and very willing to do what it takes to make that happen". Diddy is estimated to be worth $820 million by Forbes while he had $47.3 million in total earnings past year.

Official bids are expected to begin in the next two weeks and the buyer will need to earn approval from three-quarters of the NFL's 32 owners, which sources told would happen at the earliest during Atlanta-based meetings in May.