Will Smith just bought a much bigger playground to spend most of his days.
The Philadelphia native and wife, Jada Pinkett Smith, are officially minority shareholders of the 76ers NBA team in a deal that was confirmed by the league on Tuesday.
The “Men In Black” star and his wife are part of an ownership group that includes a former NBA executive, leveraged buyout specialist Josh Harris and an Indonesian media magnate, according to the league’s website.
The group takes ownership from Comcast-Spectator, which, led by chairman Ed Snider, purchased the team in 1996.
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