“Either running for President or will be revealed as Epstein client” – Mark Cuban makes SHOCKING decision to sell majority stake in Mavs, NBA fans sense trouble
Mark Cuban is about to end his tenure as the majority owner of the Dallas Mavericks.
Mark Cuban will no longer be the majority owner of the Dallas Mavericks (via Dallas Morning News)
The owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban, made a surprising decision. He has reportedly agreed to sell his majority stake in the team to Miriam Adelson. She is the billionaire widow and largest shareholder of the Las Vegas Sands. The $3.5 billion deal includes Cuban retaining his position as Governor. This allows him to continue overseeing the team’s operations and representing the Mavericks at NBA owner meetings.
As the widow of the late billionaire Sheldon Adelson, Miriam Adelson owns the Las Vegas Sands. It is a casino company she inherited following her husband’s passing. Reportedly the fifth richest woman in America, she boasts a substantial net worth of $32.8 billion.
Having acquired a majority stake in the Mavericks from Ross Perot Jnr. for $285 million in 2000, Mark Cuban, the prominent figure of the team, distinguishes himself by attending Mavericks games among fans rather than in exclusive VIP boxes.
During his ownership, Mark Cuban elevated the team’s regular-season winning percentage to 69% and guided them to the playoffs nine times, boasting a playoff record of 49-57. Notably, the pinnacle of his success came in 2011 when the Mavericks secured the NBA championship in a triumphant victory over the LeBron James-led Miami Heat, marking a memorable rematch from the 2006 finals, which the Heat had previously won.
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Fans shocked by shocking decision to sell the Mavericks Dallas
In total disbelief, fans reacted to the news of the Dallas Mavericks’ majority owner selling his stake to the billionaire owner of the Las Vegas Sands. Mark Cuban, who has been involved with the club for 23 years, has become inseparable from the Dallas Mavericks and vice versa.
Fueled by the sale of the club and his departure from Shark Tank, a reality TV show he owns, there’s a rumor circulating that he is seeking a run for the US Presidency. This speculation has stirred up a storm on the popular social media platform X (formerly called Twitter). Check out some of the reactions on X:
Despite the sale, the Mavericks maintained their form, overcoming the Houston Rockets at home with a 121-115 victory. Star player Luka Doncic played a pivotal role, contributing 41 points, nine assists, and nine rebounds. Looking ahead, the Mavs are gearing up for a home game against the Memphis Grizzlies.
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