Posted June 05, 2013 on mavericks.scout.com
Mark Cuban’s public stance on Jason Kidd’s retirement? Silence. His private stance? 'Cube reached out and sent me a nice note,' Kidd tells 105.3 The Fan. 'Cube is one of, if not the, best owner in sports. We were lucky to be with him when we won that championship.' And maybe, if the ice thaws, both sides can consider themselves lucky to reunite?
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