New Los Angeles Lakers president of basketball operations Magic Johnson is a busy man.
Bucking the trend of pro athletes struggling to find purpose after sports, Johnson has become a renaissance man with a daunting list of achievements and a resume that's a bit hard to believe.
Not only has he built multiple successful businesses outside of sports, Johnson has joined ownership groups for several pro sports teams in the L.A. area, all on top of his new role as the president of the Lakers.
Here is a brief look at many of his business interests, both inside and outside the sporting world:
Multiple businesses outside of sports
Despite some early hiccups, Johnson has had an incredible run of successful businesses outside of the sports world, from his ownership of 125 Starbucks shops, to his joining a group that purchased the Williamsburgh Savings Bank Tower in Brooklyn and converted it to a building of high-end condos.
He's also a motivational speaker and a spokesman for many products -- though it should be said that some of which in the past he has been criticized for endorsing, including companies that sell predatory loans targeting mostly black communities.
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President of Basketball Operations, Los Angeles Lakers
Johnson has been involved with the Lakers for years, at times as a part owner, VP, and advisor to Jeanie Buss. He is now the team's president of basketball operations, and he wasted no time getting to work this week, quickly landing a deal to send Lou Williams to the Rockets in exchange for a first-round draft pick and Corey Brewer.
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Part Owner, Los Angeles Sparks
As a member of the ownership group Guggenheim Partners, Johnson acquired the WNBA team in 2014, then won a title as owner with the team in 2016.
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Part Owner, Los Angeles Dodgers
Also with Guggenheim, Johnson was a part of the ownership group that bought the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2012 for $2.15 billion. The deal included the parking lot and the land around Dodgers Stadium.
Johnson has taken an active role in the ownership group, working with the team to recruit players and acting as an ambassador for the organization.
Johnson joined a celebrity-laden group of investors that bought into expansion MLS side LAFC, which will join the league in 2018. The ownership group is headed by Henry Nguyen, Peter Guber and Tom Penn, with celebrity investors ranging from Will Ferrell to Mia Hamm-Garciaparra.
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Investor, Team Liquid eSports
Not content with traditional sports, Johnson has gotten involved with eSports as an investor in aXiomatic eSports, the ownership group behind Team Liquid, which is based in the Netherlands.
Correction: This article orginally stated Johnson was the Lakers new GM.