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Im sorry NBA fans. Ive tried for 13 yrs to fix the officiating in this league and I have failed miserably. Any Suggestions ? I need help
— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) January 6, 2013
Since you asked, here's my suggestion: First off, fire ALL the NBA refs. I'm sure there are some good ones, so let them reapply, and if they can demonstrate that they won't be cuckolded by star players they can regain their positions. But this should have been done after the whole Tim Donaghy mess. Too many fans don't trust the refs or the NBA. It's too often compared to professional wrestling. Start anew. That's what's needed. For this to happen, Cuban must convince enough owners to push new commissioner Adam Silver to act. Don't hold your breath fans.
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DALLAS Mark Cuban's Dallas Mavericks have a multitude of problems and at 13-21, they can use all the help they can get. But in the opinion of the owner, the NBA's state of officiating is just as disconcerting. So he's asking for help there, too.
"I'm sorry, NBA fans," Cuban tweeted almost immediately after Saturday's Mavs loss to lowly New Orleans...
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban took to Twitter to voice his displeasure with the officiating following the Mavs’ 99-96 loss to the New Orleans Hornets on Saturday night at American Airlines Center.
Cuban tweeted: “Im sorry NBA fans. Ive tried for 13 yrs to fix the officiating in this league and I have failed miserably. Any Suggestions ? I need help.”
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