After the 2015 DeAndre Jordan hostage crisis came to an end early Thursday morning, ESPN NBA insider and most wrong rumor monger Chris Broussard took tweeted his contribution to the on-going narrative of how Los Angeles Clippers pried DeAndre Jordan away from the Dallas Mavericks — whom he had verbally committed to signing with.
CORRECTION: Sources: Cuban beside himself. Driving around downtown HOUSTON begging (thru texts) Jordan's family 4 address to DeAndre's home
— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 9, 2015
According to Cuban, this did not happen.
.@Chris_Broussard that's is the dumbest shit Ive ever heard. If you had any ethics u would msg me and I will give u his address
— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) July 9, 2015
The back-and-forth continued over Twitter, culminating in Broussard letting the world know he refused to back down on live television. “I stand by my sources,” he said on “His & Hers” Thursday afternoon.
“You got lied to,” Cuban eventually responded.
The Mavericks owner has since taken to Cyber Dust — his own social media platform — to clear the air with his version of the story.