Dan Gilbert saw his net worth grow 700% since last year, when his company Rocket Mortgage, formerly Quicken Loans, went public in August. Rocket rode growth in the U.S. housing market to a huge fourth quarter, posting a 277% increase in profits. The company originated $320 billion in mortgages in 2020. Rocket’s big year grew Gilbert’s fortune to $51.9 billion, placing him third among sports team owners on Forbes’ list. Second on the list is former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, with $68.7 billion. Ballmer’s net worth grew 30% in the last year.
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April 10, 2021 | 9:06 pm EDT Update
Barry Jackson: I asked Spoelstra if Oladipo will play again this season. He declined to answer directly, reiterating that he has no update and Heat still gathering information on the injury.
Chase Hughes: Scott Brooks says Russell Westbrook comes to the practice facility “every off-day” and often returns each night to get treatment and put up shots. “[His teammates] see that, they hear about it.”
Fred Katz: Scott Brooks says Bradley Beal’s back injury is not related to the hip injury he’s been dealing with. Brooks says he doesn’t think the back injury is going to be lasting, that he could be back Monday.
James Edwards III: Dwane Casey on increased playing time for Sekou Doumbouya: “He’s earning minutes. He’s playing well. A lot of it is the seriousness to his approach. He’s putting in the works. He’s beginning to understand what it takes to earn minutes.”