Jeanie Buss Net Worth

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Jeanie Buss net worth:
$20 Million

Jeanie Buss net worth: Jeanie Buss is the daughter of Los Angeles Lakers owner Jerry Buss and an Executive Vice President for the team and has a net worth of $20 million. Jeanie Buss is one of Jerry's six children, four of whom he had with first wife JoAnn (including Jeanie) and two others with girlfriend Karen Demel. Jeanie made headlines in January 2012 when she announced  her engagement to coaching legend Phil Jackson via Twitter. Jackson is the 67 year old former Lakers coach who is an 11 time NBA champion. Jackson also coached Michael Jordan in Chicago during the peak of Jordan's domination in the 90s. Buss and Jackson have been dating since 1999. Phil proposed with a large emerald cut diamond ring that is surrounded by smaller diamonds. Buss is listed as an Executive Vice President of Business Operations for the Los Angeles Lakers. In 2014, Phil Jackson was announced as the new President of the New York Knicks.  Even though Jackson will be spending a large portion of his time in New York, the move did not affect their relationship as Buss and Jackson remain committed in a bicoastal relationship. Buss spoke to the NBA about any perceived conflict of interest with the change, and concluded that she does not anticipate any problem because she does not make basketball decisions on behalf of the Lakers.

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Jeanie Buss

Jeanie Buss

Businessperson
Date of Birth
Sep 26, 1961
Nationality
United States of America
Nicknames
Jeanie Marie Buss
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