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February 18, 2013
Dr. Buss invented "Showtime", with his savvy player trade deals. His keen eye for talent will be missed. The Buss Family, the Lakers organization, Kareem Abdul Jabbar, Magic Johnson, James Worthy, and all former players under Dr. Buss, have my deepest sympathy. Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal.
February 18, 2013
Jerry Buss was a great visionary and business man. Loved his family and was the best owner in team sports! Praying for his family! God bless!
February 18, 2013
Mrs. Jeannie Buss & Family,
My prayers and condolences for your overwhelming sense of loss and pain. My father, Frank "Alfred" Tamayo, deceased, (1-28-29 to 10-29-07) also grew up in Kemmerer, WY and graduated from Kemmerer High School. My father left Kemmerer to attend college at Dickinson ND with the help of his high school coach, whose father had ties to the college. My father's athletic ability served him well as he lettered all 4 years in 3 sports and was one of 2 athletes to first achieve that recognition. He still holds the record for the most points scored in a football game set in 1949. He also made it into the "Hall of Fame" 2 times. All because a high school coach saw potential in a kid from Kemmerer who happened to be poor. My father was always proud of Jerry's accomplishments and success, especially because Jerry was also from Kemmerer, WY and graduated from Kemmerer High School. May your memories of your husband/father ease your pain through this most difficult time. God bless your family.
February 18, 2013
THANKS FOR A LOT OF PROUD MOMENTS FOR THE LAKERS AND HOPE EVERYONE KNOWS HOW MUCH HE DID FOR SO MANY POOR PEOPLE OF ALL RACES AND CREED!REST IN PEACE!
February 18, 2013
February 18, 2013
BasketballTopFan and basketball fans worldwide would like to offer our sympathy and condolences to the family of Jerry Buss.

Mr. Buss brought glamor,glitz and showtime to the National Basketball Association (NBA) with the Los Angles Lakers.

The sport of basketball owes this iconic owner a debt of gratitude for his many contributions.

RIP !!!

BasketballTopFan
February 18, 2013
Our prayers go out to Mr. Jerry Buss family as well as all our laker family .We have had the pleasure of being lakers season ticket holders for 16 years . Mr buss has given so much to the city of Los Angeles and the laker fans from around the world . He shared his dream and we are forever grateful . We will continue own with supporting his dream . Go lakers !!!!!!!
February 18, 2013
You will be remembered
February 18, 2013
Condolences to the family of Mr. Buss, he was a friend, a class act, and a man I learned a lot from.
February 18, 2013
Godspeed

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