After Duke knocked off Baylor tonight to join West Virginia, Michigan State, and Butler in the Final Four, CBS kept with the basketball theme on "60 Minutes" by introducing America to the newest NBA owner, Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov. If all you've heard about the 6'8", soon-to-be boss of Jay-Z is that he's a Russian billionaire who's not Michael Jordan, the piece is a pretty good introduction. His biggest claim to fame, apparently, is that he took a ski trip to the French Alps with eight smoking Russian models in 2007 (that's one less model than Net wins this year). The French accused him of trafficking prostitutes, and somehow he made $10 billion because of it. Seriously. That's not made up. It's all in the video. We wish interviewer Steve Kroft had asked some tougher questions, especially about the Nets -- like how much money he's willing to pay for LeBron and if John Wall and Coach Cal are a package deal if the Nets grab the #1 pick -- but I guess there's plenty more time for questions like that when his purchase is actually official. Also, note to Prokhorov: the New York anthem you should be quoting these days is your new colleague's "Empire State of Mind." Watch the "60 Minutes" segment after the jump.