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WNBA's Atlanta Dream officially sold: Renee Montgomery an owner, Kelly Loeffler gone

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The WNBA and NBA Board of Governors have unanimously approved the sale of the Atlanta Dream to a three-member investor group, the team announced Friday. 

Investors include chairman of real estate group Northland, Larry Gottesdiener, Northland President and CEO Suzzane Abair, and former Dream star Renee Montgomery. 

Former U.S. Senator Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) is no longer an owner. 

Last summer, co-owner Loeffler stood in opposition to the social justice messaging the WNBA chose to represent throughout their season, calling the Black Lives Matter movement an anti-Semitic group based on Marxist principles. Her comments prompted immediate calls for her to sell the team.



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