The Los Angeles Lakers remain a family-run company and don't have the type of wealth from outside the franchise that some other owners enjoy.
But sources say the Lakers won't have any issues in re-signing Anthony Davis due to their $200 million annual television deal. The Lakers could bring in $300 million in revenue when their share of the national television deal is included without selling a single ticket.
The Lakers do have billionaire minority owners in Philip Anschutz and Patrick Soon-Shiong.
The Lakers also applied for the Paycheck Protection Program, but they later returned the $4.6 million they were granted.