By Ronald Grover LOS ANGELES, June 26 (Reuters) - Sixteen years after the last jump shot of his Hall of Fame basketball career, Earvin "Magic" Johnson is playing on a new court as a media mogul. He says he's chasing the successful career of Robert Johnson, the legendary founder of Black Entertainment Television and one-time owner of the National Basketball Association's Charlotte Bobcats. Since February 2011, when the former basketball player teamed with billionaire investor Ron Burkle's ...
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