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Posted Oct 25 2012 11:23am

AP Source: Timberlake joins bid to buy Cheap Lebron Summit Lake Hornets Grizzlies MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) - Award-winning singer and actor Justin Timberlake has agreed to be part of the ownership group assembled by billionaire Robert Pera in his attempt to buy the Memphis Grizzlies, said a person familiar with the situation.The person said Friday that Pera "has assembled a strong ownership group that includes Justin Timberlake, other community leaders from Memphis, and highly strategic national partners." The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because the NBA has yet to approve the final purchase of the team.Pera agreed in June to buy the Grizzlies from Michael Heisley for reportedly about $350 million.Pera is a former Apple engineer who left in 2005 to start Ubiquiti Networks, a San Jose, Calif.-based communications technology company that makes WiFi networking equipment. He became a billionaire in October 2011 when his company went public with a fortune estimated at $1.5 billion in March.Timberlake, 31, grew up near Millington, a suburb of Memphis. In the past few

years, he helped renovate a golf course northeast of Memphis.The Grizzlies franchise has been in Memphis for 11 years, since moving from Vancouver. Fans have shown concern over whether a new owner would move the team away from Memphis, where interest in the franchise has grown after two consecutive playoff appearances.But, in an e-mail, the person told the AP that Pera "is committed to `doing right by Memphis' and this group reflects that commitment."Timberlake, who was part of the boy-band `N Sync before embarking on a solo music career, has won six Grammys.A four-time Emmy winner, Timberlake has acted in several films - including "Alpha Dog," "The Social Network," and "Friends With Benefits." He also has made memorable performances on "Saturday Night Live."One thing is certain: If the Pera ownership bid is approved, Timberlake will add more star power to the team than any Grizzlies player, coach or owner ever has. Copyright 2012 by STATS LLC and The Associated Press. Any commercial use ordistribution without the express written consent of STATS Lebron 9 Low Summit Lake Hornets

LLC and TheAssociated Press is strictly prohibited. Lakers hire 3 assistants, sign 2nd-rd pick Sacre EL SEGUNDO, Calif. (AP) - The Los Angeles Lakers have added assistant coaches Eddie Jordan, Bernie Bickerstaff and Steve Clifford to Mike Brown's coaching staff.The Lakers also signed second-round draft pick Robert Sacre on Friday.Jordan is the former head coach at Sacramento, Washington and Philadelphia, leading the Wizards to four consecutive playoff appearances.The 68-year-old Bickerstaff was a head coach in Charlotte, Seattle, Denver and Washington.Clifford was Stan Van Gundy's Rajon Rondo Shoes assistant in Orlando the past five seasons.Kuester essentially was Brown's lead assistant last season. The former Detroit Pistons head coach will be an advance NBA scout for the Lakers, based on the East Coast.Los Angeles lost assistant coaches Quin Snyder and Ettore Messina to CSKA Moscow earlier this summer.Sacre is a 7-foot Canadian who played at Gonzaga. Copyright 2012 by STATS LLC and The Associated Press. Any commercial use ordistribution without the express written consent of STATS LLC and TheAssociated Press is strictly prohibited. Cavaliers re-sign Alonzo

Gee Alonzo Gee is back with the Cavs. (Getty Images) The Cavaliers announced Monday they have re-signed forward Alonzo Gee to a multi-year deal. The Cleveland Plain-Dealer first reported the agreement.Gee started for most of the year for the Cavaliers and has proven to be a valuable role player after coming out of the Toros' D-League system. He's an athletic defender who can finish in transition, and while he doesn't have the star skillset to be a high-usage player, he works well in several different kinds of lineups. The Cavaliers had wanted him back but only for the right price. Suitors never really developed for the restricted free agent, or at least few were reported, and the Cavs were able to get him back on a deal that is comfortable for them. It's a good deal for both sides, as the AP reports it's a three-year deal for $9.75 million. That's a solid rate, if below what Gee was likely looking for. The Cavs need him with their current depth at

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