In the Los Angeles Times, writer Diane Pucin has written an excellent article on how Jerry Buss, the late owner of the Los Angeles Lakers, first became involved in such sports as team tennis, indoor soccer and roller hockey, using those sports to teach his children how to run professional sports franchises.
Buss, along with his daughter Jeanie, owned the Los Angeles Blades of the Roller Hockey International from 1993 to 1997.
In the story, writer Pucin mentions the book I wrote about Roller Hockey International. Very cool! Check it out: