Mark Cuban Rumors
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.
In an excerpt of an interview that will air on Sunday’s “Meet the Press” on NBC, Cuban was asked if he would listen if the Clinton campaign came to him offering the vice presidency. “Absolutely,” Cuban responded while adding that he would seek to alter some of Clinton’s platform were he to become her running mate. “If she’s willing to listen, if she’s willing to, you know, hear other sides of things, then I’m wide open to discussing it,” Cuban said.
Another year? What if Mavericks owner Mark Cuban called? “That’s another phone call that you just can’t turn down. Cuban always in my heart will have first dibs. It’s always a situation at the end of the day that’s business, but Dallas is home. My family is here, and I’m a Maverick for life.”
Similar questions emerged amid a proposal Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said has “zero chance” of becoming a reality. “All draft eligibles are free agents,” Cuban wrote in an email. “They can sign with whatever team they want. However, the amount of dollars slotted for that team would be allocated proportionately by record. Worst record gets the most dollars to spend on a rookie. Best record the least.”
The recruiters also delved into the world of reality television for someone who might out-Trump Trump: Mark Cuban, the brash billionaire businessman and owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team. Again and again, though, these anti-Trump Republicans have heard the same tepid response: Thanks, but no thanks. “I don’t see it happening,” Cuban wrote in an email.