Magic Johnson

Deemed one of the greatest ballers in NBA history, Magic Johnson has broken records, won championships and received countless accolades. After stunning the nation by announcing that he had contracted the HIV virus, the Lakers' famed point guard soon retired his jersey and his position on the court.  Since his departure from the league, the All-Star MVP has added author, Lakers co-owner, sports commentator and philanthropist to his resume.  As an active advocate for HIV/AIDS awareness, the multimillion dollar mogul continues to push for prevention through the Magic Johnson Foundation, as well as aid urban communities in other areas of need. In 2012, he bought the L.A. Dodgers baseball team.

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