Dunking burgers

MIAMI: He won’t exactly be flipping burgers, but Magic Johnson is definitely in the business. The former basketball star’s company, Magic Johnson Enterprises, has agreed to buy 30 existing Burger King restaurants in Atlanta; Birmingham, Alabama; Dallas, and Miami. The deal takes effect July 1. “With these restaurants, we expect that as time passes, new jobs will be created and relationships with minority contractors will be strengthened in these four important cities,” Johnson said in a statement. The restaurants will feature memorabilia from his Los Angeles Lakers’ career but they won’t bear his name, said Clyde Rucker, senior vice president at the Miami-based chain. — AP