It was the perfect scenario: The Oklahoma City Thunder was up 3-1 in the Western Conference Finals against the defending NBA Champions Golden State Warriors. 326 more words
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When Mark Cuban bought the Mavericks in 2000, the franchise’s profile shot up the charts. Cuban’s outspoken personality didn’t just make him the most recognizable NBA owner this side of Jerry Buss, it made the Mavericks, previously a fairly anonymous franchise without much history, instantly recognizable as one of the more public franchises in the league. 330 more words
The Associated Press
Mark Cuban is picking the Oklahoma City Thunder to win the NBA’s biggest prize.
The owner of the Dallas Mavericks gave a wide-ranging interview for NBC’s “Meet The Press,” and host Chuck Todd ended the sit-down by asking Cuban if he was picking Cleveland, Golden State or Oklahoma City to win the NBA title. 135 more words
An eccentric billionaire business mogul with an over-inflated ego and sense of entitlement, not to mention a penchant for being brash and boorish, running for the highest elected office? 260 more words
Mark Cuban says he would be willing to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate if/when she secures the Democratic nomination for president. Oh God Donald Trump, what have you started? 315 more words