Found October 03, 2012 on The Last Angry Fan:
PLAYERS: Mark Cuban
TEAMS: Dallas Mavericks
Apparently Dallas Mavericks billionaire owner Mark Cuban is a man of the people, as evidenced by a recent trip to Kilroy’s in Bloomington, Indiana. Not only is Cuban seen sipping on a Bud Light while hanging out with some lovely coeds, but it isn’t too long before the 54-year-old starts busting out his best Gangnam Style dance. Sure he’s probably drunk, and yeah, his dancing leaves a lot to be desired, but you have to admit that Cuban is one of the more hip owners in the NBA, or any league for that matter. Next on that list would be Jerry Jones when he gets a couple of Mai Tais in him and does the hula dance at the team’s annual offseason luau…or so I’ve heard. Deadspin reached out to Cuban to get his side of the story, and he responded that the video was pretty self-explanatory, meaning that yes he was drunk on Bud Light in some bar in the Midwest, dancing to PSY’s Gangnam Style. ‘Nuff said. Gotta respect the man’s honesty, if not his choice in beer or questionable dance move...
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