DeAndre Jordan was all set to become a Dallas Maverick last week, but now he might be staying in Los Angeles after all, and everyone is wondering what the hell happened. Well, good news! We just received an illustrated theory from a tipster that lays out a very compelling case for how the Clippers got back into the…
Cubes even massages his players during the game. What a guy.
Mark Cuban got what he wanted: NBA commissioner David Stern fined him $100,000 for confronting officials and inappropriate language after the Mavericks' loss to the Clippers Wednesday.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and NBA commissioner David Stern have a deep, expensive history. Cuban's publicly voiced his criticism of the league and its officials, and in turn, Stern has made him pay. With Stern retiring in a couple of weeks, Cuban's mulling one more pricy splash.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban visited Reddit on Christmas Eve to answer questions about pretty much anything. Why, you ask? He can do whatever he wants. Don't question Cubes.
On Monday, Deron Williams told reporters that he decided to stay with the Nets instead of signing with the Mavericks due to the absence of Mavs owner Mark Cuban (who was filming an episode of Shark Tank at the time) at the free-agency pitch. Today, Cuban fired back at Williams, but chose to call Williams out for what…
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban recently visited Kilroy's in Bloomington, Ind. (home of Cuban's alma mater, Indiana University), and from the above video found by Shot of Ginn, Cubes certainly got his party on.
Long before he was a gay-baiting U.S. Senate candidate, and long before he was a dipshit broadcaster for ESPN, Craig James was approached by Mark Cuban to invest in the company that eventually sold in 1999 for $5.9 billion in Yahoo stock. James's partner in the deal was Ross Perot Jr., and James's stake was said to be…
Back in June we brought you the story of Mavericks minority owner Ross Perot Jr.'s lawsuit against Mark Cuban, accusing Cubes of "mismanaging" the team. Cuban's legal team response was simple yet elegant: a photo of the Mavericks celebrating their NBA title.
Your p.m. roundup for Oct. 25, the day we learned how to bullshit our way through anything. H/T to Adam for video of Cuban singing, which can also be seen at Sweater Punch. Got any stories or photos for us? Tip your editors.
Ed. note: Yesterday, while innocently patrolling the internet, we came across a link to Mark Cuban's Google+ gallery of old computer ads. We found this gallery to be very boring, and out of curiosity, we clicked back to Cuban's Google+ profile, where we found multiple public galleries of his rugby years at Indiana…
"Scoreboard," the defendant said.
He will not let the Larry O'Brien Trophy out of his sight, evidently, and with good reason. Congratulations, sir, you've earned it. Just watch the spatter.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: Cubes and the trophy get around.
Yes, Mark Cuban dropped the s-bomb on SportsCenter. But he'd been practicing. This is what happens when a guy doesn't get to talk to the media for a week.
Every morning, the fine folks at Sports Radio Interviews sift through the a.m. drive-time chatter to bring you the best interviews with coaches, players, and personalities across the sports landscape. Today: what Donaghy thinks of the refereeing so far in these playoffs. Cubes won't like this one.
Mark Cuban does not much appreciate this blog, I have learned. Or didn't, once upon a time. In fact, Cuban does not much appreciate sports journalists in general. He's been in the sports biz for 12 years and thinks the "the dumbest guys in the room are always the media guys." Cuban, of course, think everyone is dumb…