Dwyane Wade, who just so happens to be a part-owner of the Utah Jazz, just poured money into another Utah sports team.
Wade took to Twitter to announce that he is now a part-owner of Real Salt Lake of Major League Soccer. Real Salt Lake is one of the longest-standing teams in the league, and have a fairly rich history.
Wade now joins Yo Gotti who also is a part owner of D.C. United. No one has asked why the Chicago born, Miami Heat Vet, doesn't have ownership in a Miami team, but it is curious as to how much he's invested into the state of Utah.