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Aaron Rodgers owns which NBA team?

Aaron Rodgers, the Green Bay Packers’ outstanding quarterback, is ready to collect his second championship ring in professional sports.
In 2011, he led the Packers to a Super Bowl victory and was named Super Bowl MVP.
His second championship ring, though, is from the NBA, not the NFL.
We don’t know if Aaron Rodgers will play for the Green Bay Packers again next season, despite the fact that he was drafted by the franchise and has been with them for 16 years.
He does, however, have significant connections in Wisconsin, having just purchased a minority investment in the Milwaukee Bucks.
Aaron Rodgers during a Milwaukee Bucks game Aaron Rodgers after the Milwaukee Bucks won the 2021 NBA championship: “I can’t wait for my next ring” Aaron Rodgers was taken as the 24th overall choice in the 2005 NFL Draft by the Green Bay Packers.
He is a three-time NFL MVP and widely recognized as one of the game’s top quarterbacks.
Understandably, he is regarded as a Wisconsin icon and is adored by the state’s residents.
He had hoped to buy a piece of Wisconsin’s NBA franchise, the Milwaukee Bucks, a long time ago, but nothing came together.
Nevertheless, when the possibility arose again in 2017, he communicated with Bucks co-owner Wes Edens and Bucks President Peter Feigin directly.
According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, Aaron Rodgers bought a 1% share in the franchise after the chat.
After 50 years, the Milwaukee Bucks have won the NBA championship and are valued at roughly $1.62 billion (according to Forbes).
“I just wanted to get engaged, first and foremost because I love basketball and second because I’ve been here for so long that I wanted, aside my Packer connection, just another natural connection to the state that I love and that I’ve grown up in,” Aaron Rodgers told the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel and about his decision to buy a share in the Milwaukee Bucks.
It needed a few years and several different representations, but it turned out that all it took was a phone call to Peter and then a phone call to Wes, and we made it happen.” Great job by Wes and Mark, Peter, Jon Horst, our general manager, made some incredible moves, and our stars played like stars.
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