Dallas Mavericks' Mark Cuban: NBA's Premier Drama Queen

Denton Ramsey@DentonRamseySenior Analyst IDecember 21, 2009

MILWAUKEE - NOVEMBER 16: Owner Mark Cuban of the Dallas Mavericks yells at a referee during a game against the Milwaukee Bucks at the Bradley Center on November 16, 2009 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The Mavericks defeated the Bucks 115-113 in overtime.  (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)
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Sometimes I wonder how Mark Cuban became such a drama queen.

Then I remember how it all began: He became the arrogant owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks.

Cuban’s latest appeal to the NBA regarding his crybaby Mavericks' loss to the Houston Rockets is beyond absurd.

Upon waking up this morning, I received an e-mail from my best friend with the latest Cuban news from ESPN :

“...Cuban originally said that he planned to include at least two other calls in the appeal, but the Mavericks opted to focus on one call. The NBA has five days to rule on the appeal. Cuban is requesting that the game be resumed in Dallas with 1:01 remaining and Dampier at the free throw line to shoot two free throws. In that case, the Mavs would have possession of the ball after the free throws.”

Hey Mark, you’re not the damn commissioner. You’re not even a coach! Learn to take your damn place on the team and that’s as the owner.

Cuban honestly needs to be told to quit talking. He’s a whiner, a complainer, and a babbling idiot in my opinion.

The NBA should fine Cuban and politely ask him to just do his job as the owner of the Mavericks and leave the rest of the work to the professionals that really know what they are doing.

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I know Cuban thinks he knows everything, but he doesn’t.

If you want to try to rule the world, Cuban, run for President and please leave the NBA out of this.

Cuban has become nothing more than a cry baby over his Mavericks losing; it’s truly amazing that Dallas has as good of a record as they do with a jerk like Cuban running the show.



Denton Ramsey may be reached via email at denton.ramsey@gmail.com