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Unlike many NBA owners, Mark Cuban is more than just a rich dude. He knows how to promote himself, whether that involves starring in reality shows or acting like a jerk to draw attention to one of his many business ventures. Yes, I understand that those two things aren't mutually exclusive.
He is a showman. Unfortunately, he can't sing at all. An intrepid fan captured Cubes singing Prince's classic "Purple Rain" at a karaoke bar, and you can watch and listen above. Nothing else happens in the video. Enjoy these five minutes of Cuban singing a song you love in a way that makes you never want to listen to it again.
At the risk of drawing too many conclusions from this song choice, I think it sends a pretty clear message about Cuban's mindset during the lockout. You see, he is not terribly upset with the league office for giving him bad national TV games, because he knows the team needed to prove itself as a worthy champion first. Now he has their respect. Al...
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Mark Cuban is still living the high life after winning the NBA championship last June….Cubes hit a local Karaoke Bar the other night and sings Prince’s hit “Purple Rain.” Name another owner who would sing karaoke? Thanks to Sweater Punch for the scoop. -TO
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Mark Cuban might be rich, but he sure as hell can’t sing!
It looks like the Dallas Maverick’s championship celebration continues for “The Cubes”, 116 days into the NBA lockout. Mark hit the town in between negotiations for a fun night of karaoke and booze. Much to the surprise of the locals at this bar, Mark graced them with an inspirational performance of Prince’s “Purple...
Mark Cuban's NBA championship victory tour rolls on due to the lockout, which depending on perspective could be a positive or a negative. I guess it depends on your ability to handle foolishness.
Check out the Dallas Mavericks' owner performing his own Karaoke version of the classic "Purple Rain" by Prince. I warn you that extended play may cause nausea and...
And the celebration of a NBA Championship continues for Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.The 53-year old recently sang a riveting rendition of Prince's "Purple Rain" at a karaoke bar -- much to the delight of the buzzed crowd.As much as I enjoyed watching this, I sure hope Cuban doesn't audition for American Idol anytime soon.
I like Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban. He’s a passionate owner, he wants the NBA lockout over. He presented a plan which would help the other owners with revenue sharing (it wasn’t accepted but he TRIED) and he does Karaoke!
Check out Cuban doing his rendition of the Prince classic, Purple Rain
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The NBA says Mark Cuban proposed a new salary cap exception, not the elimination of the salary cap, during a meeting between owners and players last week.
NEW YORK (AP) - The NBA players' association, not Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, proposed the elimination of the salary cap during negotiations aimed at ending months of labor strife, a league official said Tuesday.NBA senior vice president Mike Bass said union executive director Billy Hunter made "several misstatements" during ...
NEW YORK - The NBA says Mark Cuban proposed a new salary cap exception, not the elimination of the salary cap,...
NEW YORK -- The NBA players' association, not Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, proposed the elimination of the salary cap in negotiations aimed at ending months of labor strife, a league official said Tuesday.
Two more weeks of the 2011-12 NBA season were canceled yesterday because the owners and players are still so far apart in their current labor negotiations. I’m confused, though, because David Stern has already made so many empty threats that I can’t remember if this is another two weeks on top of the first two weeks that were canceled, or if this is two weeks after Christmas...
by Terrence Watson / @LowerEastScribe
It’s the only way one could describe what took place from June to August at Monsignor Kett Playground in Washington Heights. Everything from the special guest appearances by Billy Hunter, Mark Cuban, Jadakiss, Vado and Juelz Santana, to Kevin Durant capping off his pilgrimage to the Mecca accompanied by his DMV homie, Michael Beasley...