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Honestly, all the submissions were pretty awesome. Thanks guys, for putting in the time and effort to design the Mavericks’ new jerseys. You’re reward? Bragging rights. Mark Cuban “may even throw in some tickets.” Aww. So sweet. Laissez-faire, boys. Slideshow after the jump.
Don’t get us wrong, we love it when people bash MLB commissioner Bud Selig. But forgive us if we don’t love the analogy that the MLB is like the mafia because no one wanted Mark Cuban to buy the Texas Rangers.
The Slideshow Of Opulence: Club Owner Comped Miami Heat’s $100,000 Bar Tab As They Balled Out With 100,000 Babes
The rich get richer, the poor get poorer. But when the when the rich get pouring….everybody wins. Opulence, ahead…
Mark Cuban sounds serious when he says he may draft Baylor women’s basketball star Brittney Griner in the second round of the 2013 NBA Draft. Seriously.
You probably remember a few weeks ago when Mark Cuban said the Lakers should consider amnestying Kobe Bryant for the savings. Wonder why Cuban hasn’t really said anything since? Probably because the NBA gave him one million reasons not to.
In the ultimate instance of “well if you think you’re so good then why don’t you do it,” back seat referee-er Mark Cuban has proven himself to be, well, the best theoretical referee in the world. Says who? Predictive sports intelligence software at MIT. Ya. My kabillionaire friend here, he’s wicked smaaaht.
The Toronto Raptors wiped the floor with the Dallas Mavericks last Friday night, easily cruising to a 95-74 win at home. The Mavs then flew to directly to Minnesota for a game the next night. Mark Cuban, however, didn’t quite make it back to the states for the latter half of the Mavs’ back-to-back, instead remaining in the land of publicly funded health care to deal with his kidney stone.