Mark Cuban

The “Shark Tank” billionaire made a wild claim to show his support for the president.
Speculation had grown after dual reports he plans to leave “Shark Tank” and sell his stake in the Dallas Mavericks.
A person with knowledge of the talks says Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is working on a deal to sell a majority stake in the NBA franchise.
The billionaire businessman didn't give a reason for his plan to leave the reality show in May 2025.
"This was before the last three, or whatever it was," Cuban said while recalling a text exchange with the billionaire father of nine.
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A day earlier, the NBA said it would permit teams “to run their pregame operations as they see fit” after the Dallas Mavericks said it wouldn't play the anthem.
Mark Cuban, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, directed the NBA team to stop playing the national anthem before home games.
Owner Mark Cuban made the decision late last year after speaking with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver.
"Since when is a desire to end racism an insult to anyone or political?" the Mavericks owner tweeted after the Texas senator insulted Black Lives Matter.