Mark Cuban Rumors

Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry, who played on the East celebrity squad, said he knew why Cuban chose to wear No. 46. “I think Mark did it [as], you know, it’s a statement,” he said. Trump posted a tweet about Cuban on Feb. 12, writing: “I know Mark Cuban well. He backed me big-time, but I wasn’t interested in taking all of his calls. He’s not smart enough to run for president!”
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Donnie Nelson: “We have daily conversations with pretty much everyone in the league and you’re always talking about the possibility. That’s kind of our job. There isn’t a single person that doesn’t come up in a discussion during the course of the season. So again, you’re always weighing those and measuring those opportunities. When something comes up you have to take a peak at it and if something comes up, one thing Mark Cuban isn’t is trigger shy.”
Curry is one of the top endorsers of Under Armour products and, as the winner of the NBA Most Valuable Player award the past two seasons, has mostly shied about from taking a political stance on any issues. But Cuban acknowledged that it was a bold move by Curry. “I’m proud of Steph for standing up for what he believes in,” Cuban said. “It’s a tough situation for CEOs. “You want to make nice with the president because you’re a public company and you have shareholders, and it’s hard to balance doing the right financial thing versus doing what they think is the right thing, whatever your political beliefs are. It’s not an easy position to be in.”
Cuban, though, has been on Twitter and television shows criticizing t President Trump and his administration. He said this week that “there are a lot of positives” with some of Trump’s Republican-proposed economic policies but that “I don’t think he’ll last four years.” And why has the Mavericks’ owner been able to get away with those critical comments? “I’m different. I don’t run a public company anymore,” Cuban said. “I can say ‘I don’t give a (expletive).’