Jerry once again owned the second incarnation of the Strings, and he appointed the 19-year-old Buss as the general manager while she was studying at USC.In 2013–14, she became president of the Lakers; she continued to lead the team's business operations, while also overseeing its basketball operations by working with brother Jim, who continued as executive VP of basketball operations.
At age 14, Buss attended World Team Tennis meetings with her dad, who owned the Los Angeles Strings.
He adds that if he doesn’t get it done eventually, he’ll step down.
"With mutual love and respect, we have decided to end our engagement," Jackson wrote on Twitter.
Buss took over as team president and represents the Lakers on the NBA Board of Governors.
Buss was the third of four children to Joann and Jerry Buss, and one of two daughters; she grew up with older brothers Johnny and Jim and younger sister Janie.
Keeping the meeting quiet was seen by the Lakers as something of a loyalty test for James, the same way it was for James’ inner circle.