NEW YORK CITY - The word on Madison Avenue is that GOP radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh is thinking about possibly purchasing the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association.
Back in May of 2011, Limbaugh was unsuccessful in his bid to buy the NFL Minnesota Vikings. He stated at that time that within five years he would be the owner of a professional team either in football, basketball, or baseball.
Limbaugh recently talked with Orlando owner Rich DeVos and asked if his team was for sale. DeVos, whose team is presently in 29th place out of 30 teams in the NBA, told Limbaugh that he has been giving it some serious thought.
Dottie Bazooka with Sports Balls Illustrated Daily stated that she had talked to DeVos who said that the stress from seeing his team lose game after game has begun affecting his digestive system, his nervous system, and even his solar system.
The Orlando owner noted that lately he has been waking up in the middle of the night and yelling out "We lost again!" The Magic's record is currently 19-58.
Miss Bazooka noted that DeVos told Limbaugh that if he does keep the team he will most probably change the name from Magic to Voodoo.
SIDENOTE: Rush Limbaugh has told DeVos that he can have a cashier's check in his hands within 12 hours after he approves the sale.