Prior to Game 4 of the NBA Playoffs pitting his Dallas Mavericks against the San Antonio Spurs, owner Mark Cuban made his first comments to the media regarding the recent comments from Clippers owner Donald Sterling.
Dallas Mavericks players are considering making a symbolic anti-Donald Sterling gesture as part of tonight’s first-round Game 4 meeting with the San Antonio Spurs
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is among the most opinionated owners in the NBA. He has opinions regarding Donald Sterling’s alleged comments, he’s just not sharing them.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is backing his public address announcer after the team had to pay a $25,000 fine because the announcer criticized referee Danny Crawford on Twitter after a recent game.
Mark Cuban wasn’t in the room, but several Frisco students recently got a chance to pitch products — Shark Tank style.
Mark Cuban has many colorful phrases he uses to explain his business policies. One often-used gem from the Dallas Mavericks owner: “Pigs get fat, hogs get slaughtered.”
NCAA tournament teams are littered with freshman athletes looking to make the jump after just one season of service. Dick Vitale has a plan to eliminate the one-and-done ahtlete.
Maybe I have too much faith in the Mavericks right now. I just think this team is finally starting to click.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban long ago picked out the Lakers as a personal rival. On Monday, Cuban offered an impromptu eulogy for the former Lakers owner Jerry Buss, who died last February.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban isn’t a fan of the current state of college basketball. Current SMU and Hall of Fame coach Larry Brown is.
New Commissioner Adam Silver’s policies have won over the Dallas Mavericks owner, who had a long-running and costly feud with former commissioner David Stern.
Mark Cuban weighed in on the biggest story in the NBA, one that he believes has already run its course — the Nets signing openly gay player Jason Collins to a 10-day contract.