Michael Rubin is leaving his Sixers ownership role to pursue Fanatics business ventures

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The Philadelphia Inquirer

PHILADELPHIA — Michael Rubin is no longer a 76ers limited partner. Rubin is selling his stakes in Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment, which oversees the Sixers and the New Jersey Devils, according to an HBSE spokesperson. The billionaire has grown his business at the Fanatics to the point where there are conflicts that make it difficult for him to remain in team ownership with the different collective-bargaining agreements in the NBA and NHL. Rubin is the founder and chief executive of Fanatics, which is valued at $27 billion. He recently entered into the trading card and collectibles busin…

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