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Master P announced as owner of the New Orleans Gators for the GMGB

Many business people and celebrities have their eyes on the new professional basketball franchise in New Orleans. But today, Percy Miller was able to close the deal with the GMGB organization. Mr. Miller was born and raised in New Orleans and basketball has been a passion of his since childhood. Owning the New Orleans Gators is a great fit for him and the City, bringing family entertainment and basketball together in one arena is exciting for the community. Putting professional men and women athletes on the basketball court at one time is unique. And giving women equal pay as the men will even the playing field in the Global Mixed Gender Basketball League.

 

Putting professional men and women athletes on the basketball court at one time is unique. And giving women equal pay as the men will even the playing field in the Global Mixed Gender Basketball League.

Percy Miller, the New Orleans Gators owner, businessman entrepreneur and philanthropist has appeared in numerous financial publications. A fervent basketball player, he has played professional basketball himself.

As a team owner, Master P has given back to his community and has made Team Hope NOLA the foundation for the New Orleans
Gators franchise.

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