Skip Bayless, of ESPN's "First Take", is a longtime LeBron James critic.
In this video, Dallas Mavericks' owner Mark Cuban explains to Bayless why he believes his criticism of James is unjustified, and his issues with the media, in general.
Stevie P. likes to end his broadcasts by saying, "Made the good guys and the bad guys always get exactly what they deserve." He's been doing so for about 18 years. The truth is, "bad guys" make sports more fun. Here are the top 20 sports jerks of 2011.
Los Angeles Lakers superstar Kobe Bryant lost teammate Lamar Odom to the Dallas Mavericks yesterday in a trade and he's not too happy about it. "I don’t think Mark Cuban is protesting this trade," explained a frustrated Bryant.
Mark Cuban has had an interest in Major League Baseball for awhile.
He expressed an interest in the Chicago Cubs.
He tried to get involved with the Texas Rangers.
Now, Cuban says he might be willing to take a look at the financially-strapped Los Angeles Dodgers...
Saints linebacker and special teamer Stanley Arnoux has been searching for his Super Bowl ring since it was stolen in late May. A valet worker for the Fountainebleau Hotel in Miami has been arrested for the theft. The perp was caught when he tried to pawn the ring for $1200.
Every member of the Dallas Mavericks has been open about how much they appreciate their owner Mark Cuban. After his Mavericks won the NBA Finals Sunday night, Cuban claimed that championship rings were done, and they would "take it to the next level." Would their wear championship belts? Bracelets? Dog Tags? While Mark's players respect his creativity, they want rings.
Mark Cuban and his Dallas Mavericks reportedly had a blast at the NBA Finals after-party. If you happen to be part of the wait staff at Club Liv in Miami, you probably received the best tip of your life.
The Dallas Mavericks are back in Big D. The team plane landed at about noon at Love Field and now it's time for the team and the city to celebrate their first-ever NBA title.
And, owner Mark Cuban is footing the bill.
Cuban, noting the city of Dallas is in a fiscal crisis, said he didn't think it was right for the city to have to pay for the parade and other festivities and Cuban, in a story on e
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is one of the most recognizable, accessible, outgoing, and controversial owner in all of professional sports. That being said, Sean Deveney, of the Sporting News, says that Cuban has matured in the last few years. View his column, below.