FWIW, Precourt reportedly turned down $75 million for a 50% stake in the team from local business owners, so $100 million isn't going to force him out. As he evidently values the team at more than $150 million.
You're probably looking at a $200 million price tag. At least.
That $75M deal was likely more about him not wanting partners then it was about the price. Not sure how he could justify $200M, given the challenges in that market. But if the league is going to basically flip it for $150M, it would make sense to expect something around that number.
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