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Hank Aaron interested in being part-owner of Atlanta Hawks

From 1954-'76, Hank Aaron dominated the sport of baseball. He hit 755 home runs (second all-time), knocked in a record 2,297 RBIs, made 21 All-Star teams, and won an MVP Award and a World Series. He had a memorable moment or two:

And now, at 80 years old, Aaron is reportedly looking to translate that success to the sport of basketball. He's considering being part of a group of sports/media magnates that is interested in purchasing the Atlanta Hawks. The Hall of Famer played in Atlanta for nine seasons and currently resides in the area. 

Hey, you gotta keep busy in retirement somehow. Why not buy an NBA team?