A True Maverick: Mark Cuban's path to the NBA championship
By The Dallas Morning News
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Published: March 22, 2012
Words: 10,495 (approximate)
Eight Dallas journalists capture Mark Cuban's development from a broke kid just arriving in town to a sophisticated team owner in this short collection of stories and essays from The Dallas Morning News.
Find out how Mark Cuban went from flat broke and sleeping on beer-stained floors to fighting with officials in his seat by the Mav's bench. The Mavericks owner turned out to be exactly what the team needed as it made its way to be the 2011 NBA champs: An owner who keeps things interesting and makes good on his promises.
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