Jamal Mashburn, Former Dallas Mav, Owns 80 Franchises


According to a recent publication, former Dallas Maverick’s first round pick,  Jamal Mashburn owns over 80 franchises…and he’s not done.

A couple of days ago on September 29th, blackentrepreneur.com published an article on the success of Jamal Mashburn since he has left the game of basketball. The website states,

"Jamal Mashburn, who played for three NBA teams and the Kentucky Wildcats in college, now owns more than 80 franchise locations and five car dealerships. These include 40 Papa Johns location, 38 Outback Steakhouse, and 4 Dunkin Donuts."

They also go on to talk about how he has started up his own capital firm while then turning around in 2014 to start his own marketing agency. Can we hear more positive stories about athletes actually succeeding outside of their respected leagues?

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Mashburn can legitimately breakfast, lunch, and dinner for free on a daily basis at some of our favorite restaurants for each meal. The real question is, will he ever stop grinding?

Coming from the state of Kentucky myself, Mashburn has been a common name thrown around when Kentucky basketball fans reminisce about their lives before Calipari. Coming out of the University of Kentucky, Mashburn was drafted by the Dallas Mavericks with the 4th overall pick in the 1993 NBA draft.

After spending 4 successful seasons with the Mavs, Mashburn found himself being shipped to the Miami Heat, but he will be remembered as one of the only bright spots in those struggling years.

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It seems we read every other week about another retired athlete that is filing for bankruptcy after making countless financial mistakes throughout their life. Mashburn’s story show us that not all athletes are stupid with their bank accounts after they retire.

How about the NBA getting

Cris Carter

, I mean Jamal Mashburn, to speak to these rookies being thrown to the wolves in the financial realm?

All in favor say “aye.”

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