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The latest Twitter battle is between self-made billionair’s Donald Trump and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. This actually isn’t a recent thing, as Cubes and the Trumpster have been going tit-for-tat the last several months. If you remember, Trump offered $5 million to see a real birth certificate from President Obama. Cuban, clearly annoyed by Trump’s blustering, offered the Donald a $1 million to shave his head (seriously, how is that real hair?). But the bad blood really was fueled by Cuban’s old show, the Benefactor, which failed miserably. Cuban was on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno, and produced a letter from Trump. It was a similar show to Trump’s Apprentice, and he sent a long a message to Cuban after the cancellation of Benefactor, and it was kinda harsh: “When I initially called you to congratulate you on The Benefactor – little did you or I realize how disastrous and embarrassing it would turn out to be for you. If you ever decide to do another show, please call me and I will be happy to lend a helping hand.” Needless to say, Cuban never forgot. And Cuban now has a very successful show with the ‘Shark Tank,’ [...]
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So it has come to this. A Twitter feud between Mark Cuban and Donald Trump has reached its inevitable conclusion.
It has come down to the Harlem Shake. Cuban, Tuesday night, wrote the following on Twitter:
". @realDonaldTrump let's settle this like gentleman.I challenge u to a Harlem Shake duel.@sharktank cast vs Apprentice cast.For charity"
Cuban owns the Dallas...
When NBA veteran Derek Fisher returned to the Oklahoma City Thunder less than 70 days after requesting a release from the Dallas Mavericks, you knew it was going to be a problem.
The two traded comments on Sunday as the Thunder prepared to take on Dallas.
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Mark Cuban defended his former player, Jason Terry, who has been ridiculed for being fiercely dunked on by LeBron James.
Mark Cuban and Donald Trump are no strangers when it comes to Twitter beefs. The two billionaires have had their fair share of back-and-forth jabs about anything and everything–from who’s television show is better to who is going to take over the world and even who is better looking.
After the Mavericks victory over the Atlanta Hawks Monday night, Cuban and Trump were back at...
Mark Cuban doesn’t back down from anyone, not David Stern, not livid Los Angeles Lakers fans, and definitely not Donald Trump.
On Friday, we reported that Cuban took a shot at Lakers fans after he received backlash for his comments regarding Kobe Bryant’s contract, when he said that they possess “Twitter courage.” This time he’s taken on a single entity in billionaire Donald...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is extremely passionate when it comes to his team. Cuban, who is known to say whatever is on his mind, can always be found behind the team bench cheering his team on and harassing refs. So when Cuban granted Derek Fisher his release to spend more time with his family and Fisher subsequently signed with the Oklahoma City Thunder, you knew that...
DALLAS (AP) -- Mavericks owner Mark Cuban said he is disappointed with how Derek Fisher left the team earlier this season, only to eventually end up signing with Oklahoma City last month.
The Mavericks faced Fisher and the Thunder on Sunday night, their first meeting since the 17th-year point guard asked Dallas to waive him in December.
"I wouldn't be disappointed if he...
When HDnet was partially bought from Mark Cuban by Ryan Seacrest and his agency, MMA fans worried. What was going to happen to Kenny and Bas? Would the vast amounts of MMA programming hosted by HDnet go kaput? Luckily, AXS TV has held strong the tradition of broadcasting just about every regional MMA organization while simultaneously producing some of the best MMA news content...
Derek Fisher was booed in his first game back in Dallas since signing with the Oklahoma City Thunder last month.
The Associated Press says Fisher was booed by Mavs fans when he entered Sunday’s game with 1:45 left in the first quarter. Mavs fans also cheered when Fisher was called for a foul about 10 seconds later, according to the AP.
Even Mavericks owner Mark Cuban joined Mavs...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, thinks he can squeeze three more seasons of all-star caliber production out of his 35-year-old franchise power forward Dirk Nowitzki.
Nowitzki, who wasn’t selected for the All-Star Game this year for the first time in 11 seasons, has found the form that has has made him one of the most feared big men in the league in the second half averaging...
Jason Terry was one of Mark Cuban’s key players in Dallas.credit: celticshub.com
In the world of Youtube and social media that we live in today, ripping on players who get dunked on has become a hobby for many. Brandon Knight was ridiculed following the DeAndre Jordan dunk, and Jason Terry had a similar experience after getting in the way of LeBron James. It’s gotten to the point...
What’s the Haps for March 18, 2013? …. The Links - Mark Cuban, Mavs fans boo Derek Fisher -I’m actually siding with Cubes here. I guarantee if the Mavs were in position to win a title this year D-Fish, or FISHAY FISHAY, would still be playing for Dallas. Rajon Rondo 2013 “I’ll be back” mix The post The Haps – March 18, 2013 appeared first on No Coast Bias.
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Obviously I missed yesterday and missed some news, but there really wasn't much. The weekend had your usual stuff: Heat won their...
Returning to his home city of Dallas, Deron Williams had a massive game against the team he almost signed with this offseason with the owner (Mark Cuban) who desperately tried to reel him in watching in the crowd. Good day for Brooklyn
After a first quarter in which the Mavericks outscored the Nets 32-22, Brooklyn surged back in quarters two through four, returning...