Cuban Has a Two-Season Plan to Make the Mavericks Contenders Again

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Cuban Has a Two-Season Plan to Make the Mavericks Contenders Again
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Shortly after the new collective bargaining agreement went into effect in December 2011, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban made the difficult decision not to keep together the roster that had won the NBA title just a few months earlier. Cuban's concept was sound: locking up secondary players to big contracts would be a major problem under the league's new salary cap rules, and the Mavs would also have the cap space to go after big-name free agents (i.e. the players worth paying) in future offseasons.

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