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There are few NBA owners like Dallas Mavericks head man Mark Cuban and last night, Mark was at the American Music Awards on behalf of ABC’s Shark Tank.
One of the performances of the night came from recording artists Kesha and Mr. Worldwide, Pitbull.
As the duo performed on stage to a cheering crowd, one of the cameras at the event caught Mr. Cuban getting down to their performance:
Cuban image courtesy of Getty Images
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Another day, another interesting quote from the most outspoken owner in the NBA today.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has never been shy to hare his thoughts on controversial topics, and once again today is no different. This time though, the topic is HGH and whether or not it should be used.
“The issue isn’t whether I think it should be used,” Cuban told USA TODAY Sports...
Unfortunately the title of this post is true. Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was in the audience for the American Music Awards and let the world know that he does not give a crap about what anyone thinks. That would be the only explanation I could think of for dancing to Ke$ha and Pitbull. You know, two of the best lyricists we have heard in quite some time! Anyway, Cuban seemed...
The owner of the Mavericks was a guest at the American Music Awards which aired on Sunday night, and he really enjoyed himself it would seem. Check out Mark just head-bobbing to some Pitbull And Ke$ha.
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Mark Cuban has advocated for an in-depth study of human growth hormone (HGH) and shared his idea and hope in the NBA's Board of Governors meeting in October.
Cuban believes a more informed decision should be made about whether HGH is able to fasten a player's recovery from injury or whether it belongs on the list of banned substances.
"The issue isn't whether I think...
In the wake of the NBA's latest round of injuries to fallen stars, always-outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is proposing a possible solution: human growth hormone.
Cuban isn't advocating the use of the controversial drug but rather calling attention to what he sees as a dearth of research on the topic as it relates to athletes who are recovering from injury. His...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was seen getting down to the sound of Pitbull and Kesha as they performed their hit "Timber" at Sunday night's American Music Awards.H/T Sports Pickle.
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Mark Cuban really enjoyed the performance of Kesha and Pitbull during Sunday Night’s American Music Awards. The 55-year-old owner of the Dallas Mavericks was spotted during the performance bobbing his head and mouthing, “ooohh yeaaaah”. [@corkgaines]
Dallas Mavericks owner and reality television star Mark Cuban has been called many things, but he will never be called a man who can't get down. Just check him out feeling the music while Pitbull and Kesha were playing at the American Music Awards Sunday night.Go on Mark. Get down with your bad self.Gifulmination.com Loading...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was in the building for the American Music Awards Sunday night. Cuban even scored some camera time during Pitbull and Ke$ha’s performance of “Timber.”
Admit it, you’ve waited a lifetime to see Mark Cuban groove to Pitbull.
It wasn’t surprising to hear Mavericks owner Mark Cuban wish Jason Kidd well in turning around the struggling Nets and reiterate that he plans to honor Kidd in some way.
After all, it’s well-known that Cuban contacted the former Mavericks point guard on the day he announced his retirement as a player and congratulated him on his career. Cuban had held a grudge after Kidd committed...
Mark Cuban revealed on Friday that the Dallas Mavericks received a trade inquiry from the Houston Rockets about Dirk Nowitzki, following the Rockets’ signing of Dwight Howard.
“They didn’t make an official offer,” Cuban said. “They just asked if we’d trade him. About three hours after Dwight (Howard) signed. It’s just something rivals do.
According to RealGM, Cuban...
When he was headed into free agency, there was thought to be just a handful of teams who had a real shot at signing Dwight Howard. The Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets, and the Dallas Mavericks. We all ultimately know how it turned out, with Howard choosing to join James Harden and the Rockets in […]
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Bleacher Report :: Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will go superstar hunting for the third straight summer next offseason.
But the prize of this pursuit—Mavs lifer Dirk Nowitzki—should prove infinitely more attainable than Cuban’s previous targets (Deron Williams, Chris Paul and Dwight Howard).
Nowitzki, who is in the final season of his current...