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The jazz owner takes a break from his day job to work as Finau’s caddy

By DOUG FERGUSON
AP Golf Writer

NASSAU, Bahamas (AP) – Jazz owner Ryan Smith will often travel to Utah for a home game against the Boston Celtics. But he took a part-time job during the week. Smith joined the World of Heroes Challenge as a campaigner for Tony Finau. They had been friends for a long time in Utah. And when Finau’s regular caddy needed a week off because his wife was expecting, Finau called his billionaire friend and asked him to fill it out. Smith is often at the tournament to play in professional leagues like Pebble Beach and Dunhill Links. Finau said Smith will take a pay cut this week.

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