SIXERS JOSH HARRIS WANTED BRONCS — NOT ENOUGH TO BID $5B!

By Lewis Gould

Sixers owner Josh Harris was reportedly willing to make a record-setting bid to acquire the Denver Broncos, but only under certain circumstances.

Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk reports that Harris was willing to bid $5 billion to buy the Broncos, but only if he knew that would ultimately be the winning bid for the team.

Because those involved couldn’t make such a guarantee to Harris — who also owns he NHL Devils and an 18% stake in Crystal Palace F.C. — the $5 billion bid was never actually made.

Instead, Rob Walton’s group will take over as the ownership group for the Broncos after placing a $4.65 billion bid on the table.

Walton, 77, is the oldest child of Walmart founder Sam Walton, and served as the chairman of the one-stop-shop retailer from 1992 until 2015.

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