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Is Marc Cuban Correct About The NBA All-Star Game?

(Source: Steve Jennings/Getty Images North America) By Ciaran Mills: Staff Writer At Hoopstuff… Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has recently commented on the voting process for the All-Star game, saying it was “broken” and that the response of fans this year was “embarrassing”. He proposed that the league should get rid of fan voting altogether, and have a panel of judges...
Via HoopStuff
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban Rips Fan Voting

Mark Cuban, known for his outspoken antics, is at it once again. Friday night, Mark Cuban ripped apart the element of fan voting to select the NBA’s All Star starters. The starters have been announced and the leading vote getter with 1,513,324 votes was Golden State Warriors point guard Steph Curry. Cuban came out saying, “But when the number of voters isn’t enough to even...
Via Crossover Chronicles
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban: NBA Should Eliminate Fan Voting for All-Star Game

Mark Cuban is piping hot about none of his Dallas Mavericks coming anywhere close to starting this years All-Star game in Madison Square Garden. With no Mavs getting vote, and players like Marcin Gortat getting more votes than KD, Cuban called this year’s outcome “embarrassing” and said the system is “broken.” Mavericks owner Mark Cuban believes the NBA should ditch fan...
Via Thacover2
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban Believes NBA All-Star Game Voting System 'Broken'

Mark Cuban believes the apathetic response from NBA fans for All-Star Game voting proves the system is "absolutely, positively broken." Stephen Curry received just 1,513,324 votes despite leading the NBA. "In context of everything, that's no votes," Cuban said. "That's such a small number considering all the different options you have to vote that it's almost embarrassing. It's just...
Via RealGM
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban: NBA should get rid of fan voting for All-Star game

DALLAS -- Mavericks owner Mark Cuban suggested the NBA should do away with fan voting for the All-Star game, saying the leading total of 1.5 million votes for Golden State's Stephen Curry was so low it was ''embarrassing.'' Cuban said Friday the roster should be expanded to 14 players from the current 12. He said coaches or general managers or both should choose the players. The...
Via AP on Fox
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban tells us why some teams suck

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is never afraid to voice his opinion on a wide range of topics. So when the volatile owner sat down with Business Insider to discuss some topics around the sports world, it shouldn’t come as much of a surprise that he opened up about what separates successful and unsuccessful franchises.   When asked why some sports teams consistently suck,...
Via Sportsnaut
December 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Mavs coach receives technical foul intended for Mark Cuban

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is known for many things, but being soft-spoken isn’t one of them. Cuban’s history of criticizing NBA referees is well-documented and has resulted in over $1 million in fines, and his antics again led to a technical foul Wednesday when Dallas took on the Milwaukee Bucks. Though the technical was given to Mavericks assistant coach...
December 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban is opposed to net neutrality

Mark Cuban owns an NBA team, but his varied interests extend far beyond the basketball world. The Dallas Mavericks owner has spoken his mind on a variety of subjects, from MLB’s 2013 suspension of Alex Rodriguez to racism in America. On Monday, he turned his focus to another hot topic — net neutrality. The idea behind net neutrality is that the U.S. government and Internet...
November 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban talks about tanking strategy

Following the recent "The 76ers are tanking so bad we have to reform this thing, now who is with me? 28 of you? Great, we shou... What the hell?" vote down, Mark Cuban, the owner of Dallas Mavericks and probably one of the most basketball-savvy owners in the league, had the following to say in a Q&A with Dallas Morning News:"I don't see it as a good strategy. I don't feel comfortable...
Via Celtics Life
October 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Mark Cuban had great reaction to becoming billionaire

As we all know abundantly well courtesy of his self-assured demeanor and larger-than-life persona, Mark Cuban is crazy rich and isn’t afraid to flaunt it. The flamboyant Dallas Mavericks owner arguably has every right to showcase the enormous wealth he has accumulated due to his extremely savvy business acumen, even if his bravado and ego […] The post Mark Cuban: I was naked...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

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