Mark Cuban's Brother Calls Out Chris Broussard for DeAndre Jordan Report

Thomas Duffy@@TJDhoopsFeatured ColumnistJuly 9, 2015

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After watching the Los Angeles Clippers steal DeAndre Jordan from his Dallas Mavericks, anyone would understand if team owner Mark Cuban felt miffed.

According to ESPN's Chris Broussard, though, Cuban was acting out a scene straight from a late-night R&B music video Wednesday:

Update: Friday, June 10

Broussard tweeted a statement apologizing for not reaching out to Cuban before releasing his report:

Regarding my Wednesday report: I should have attempted to contact Mark Cuban before reporting what my sources were telling me. I always try to carry myself with honesty and integrity both personally and professionally. I recognize that I tweeted hastily, I’m sorry for it, and I will learn from my mistake.

--End of Update-- 

Cuban's brother, Brian, was having none of that report, telling the insider to "STFU" and calling him a "knucklehead":

On Thursday morning, Cuban himself responded to Broussard's report (contains profanity):

Mark Cuban @mcuban

.@Chris_Broussard that's is the dumbest shit Ive ever heard. If you had any ethics u would msg me and I will give u his address

According to Deadspin's Tom Ley, Cuban revealed on Cyber Dust (a messaging app) that he spent Wednesday in a hotel room.

Even after getting called out by the Mavericks owner, Broussard is sticking to his report:

The ESPN reporter didn't stop there:

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That tweet has Cuban wanting to see some proof:

Mark Cuban @mcuban

@Chris_Broussard post what you have. I have the facts you got lied to

After hours passed by without getting a response from Broussard, Cuban challenged the reporter:

Mark Cuban @mcuban

@Chris_Broussard how about this. You post any proof I was calling/texting his friends asking anything I give 100k to charity of yr choice.

It feels like this will be just the tip of the DeAndrama iceberg.


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