RECESS, the startup previously known as GLOWfest, is getting set for their spring college tour with extra impetus from a seed funding round led by Mark Cuban. RECESS describes itself as a "music + ideas festival" but it's more of a hybrid...Show More Summary
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban recently said some very smart things about the uselessness of the NCAA, suggesting that the NBA D-League is a viable alternative for developing future NBA players who would only attend one year of college before going pro because of the one-and-done rule. Show More Summary
Considering Mark Cuban's plea for the NBA D-League to squash the NCAA once and for all. You think you hate the NCAA? No. Mark Cuban, that's a guy who hates the NCAA. In recent comments to ESPN Dallas about the NBA age minimum and all of that, he said: "There's no reason for the NCAA to exist. Show More Summary
Hey isn’t that… Dallas Mavericks owner and billionaire big fish on ABC’s reality pitch show “Shark Tank” sipping cocktails at the W’s “Living Room” lounge on Tuesday night? Our source tells us Mark Cuban rolled solo for about 30 minutes and then was met by friends. The famously opinionated entrepreneur happily posed for photos with fans, […]
Because of the strength and depth of the 2014 NBA Draft class, tanking has been a big issue in the NBA this year. Tanking — the pejorative term for a franchise structuring its team to fail in the short term in order to succeed in the long term — is entirely rational. Show More Summary
Never say Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey didn't try. While appearing on a panel at the 2014 MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference, Morey admitted that he phoned Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban about a possible Dirk Nowitzki...Show More Summary
Mark Cuban made his money broadcasting NCAA games over the internet. Now he wants to put the 109-year-old entity out of business. The Dallas Mavericks owner advises young basketball players using higher education as a stepping-stone to the pros to skip college. Show More Summary
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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is not a fan of the NCAA and the rule that requires players to be one year removed from high school and at least 19 years old before entering the NBA. Cuban thinks the NBA Development League is preferable to a year in college, saying the one-and-done players are not prepared [...]
Mark Cuban thinks the next Kevin Durant would be better off in the NBA Development League rather than the college of his choice.
Outspoken Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban believes that if the NCAA does not change the one-and-done system for college basketball players, the NBA Development League can provide a better environment until elite prospects are eligible...Show More Summary
Entrepreneur Mark Cuban spoke about two of his favorite areas of tech at the Launch Festival today in San Francisco. If you ask Mark Cuban what his favorite area of technology is, you're going to get a very personal answer. "My personal...Show More Summary
With the sports world praising Brooklyn Nets center Jason Collins and many across the NFL offering words of support to former Missouri defensive end Michael Sam, coming out as a gay athlete is a "non-event." That was the phrase usedShow More Summary
NEW YORK — The NBA really has changed quite dramatically under Adam Silver. We know this because Mark Cuban is now gushing over decisions made by the commissioner’s office. It happened Monday night at Madison Square Garden, when Cuban,...Show More Summary
The NBA suddenly has a surprising fan of its handling of the officiating: Mark Cuban.
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While its annual conference is typically an opportunity for the Securities and Exchange Commission to reflect on the past year’s triumphs, the presence of Mark Cuban, the billionaire entrepreneur, was a reminder of a case the agency lost.
A reader passed along this interesting interview from the Wall Street Journal with Mark Cuban. For those unfamiliar, Cuban is a billionaire who made a significant amount of his wealth in the early days of the internet era. His argument...Show More Summary
Never content to stand pat, Mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks are looking to make some upgrades, according to Basketball Insiders' Alex Kennedy: Marion has been with the Mavs since the 2009-10 season, making him the longest-tenured...Show More Summary
The Dallas Mavericks dared Miami Heat big man Chris Andersen to shoot a three-pointer in the final minute of Tuesday night's game. That turned out to be a bad idea. Down double-digits with the game coming to a close, nobody on the Mavericks bothered to guard "The Birdman" on the perimeter, so he decided to put it up. Show More Summary