101 Facts About Mark Cuban

1. Mark Cuban made his billions from the sale of the company "broadcast.

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2. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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3. Mark Cuban made his billions from the sale of the company "broadcast.

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4. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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5. Mark Cuban dated Tiffany for five years before they got married, so it certainly wasn't a step he took lightly.

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6. Mark Cuban paid $40 million for his Gulfstream V business jet in a single e-commerce transaction.

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7. Mark Cuban made his billions from the sale of the company "broadcast.

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8. Mark Cuban is one of the most fascinating billionaires in the world.

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9. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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10. Mark Cuban interrupted a question for Porzingis on whether the player once considered the cornerstone of the New York franchise planned to sign long term with Dallas.

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11. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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12. Mark Cuban indicated last week that he didn't expect Porzingis, who tore the ACL in his left knee last winter, to play this season.

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13. Mark Cuban said that Nowitzki will always have a place in the organization, even after he retires.

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14. Mark Cuban hopes Kristaps Porzingis and Luka Doncic remain in Dallas for the foreseeable future.

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15. Mark Cuban discusses Kristaps Porzingis' health and explains why the Mavericks are confident Porzingis will re-sign with the team long-term.

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16. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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17. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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18. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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19. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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20. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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21. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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22. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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23. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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24. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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25. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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26. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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27. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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28. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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29. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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30. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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31. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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32. In 2011, Mark Cuban wrote an e-book, How to Win at the Sport of Business, in which he chronicles his life experiences in business and sports.

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33. Mark Cuban is an American businessman and investor.

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34. Mark Cuban brought his business acumen to the world of film and television production by purchasing the Landmark Theatres chain and Magnolia Pictures in 2003.

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35. Mark Cuban claimed he was innocent, and in July 2009 the case was dismissed.

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36. In 2004, Mark Cuban caught the attention of the Security and Exchange Commission, which charged him with insider trading in regards to an Internet search engine website.

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37. Mark Cuban brought a touch of innovation to his ownership of the team.

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38. Mark Cuban used his new role as owner to immediately change that.

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39. In 1990, Mark Cuban sold the firm to CompuServe for $6 million.

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40. Mark Cuban was an expert in the field of computers and computer networking.

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41. Mark Cuban landed a job selling software, and eventually formed his own consulting business, MicroSolutions.

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42. Mark Cuban immersed himself in the study of machines and networking.

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43. Mark Cuban has invested in film production, and has appeared on such TV series as Dancing with the Stars and Shark Tank.

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44. Mark Cuban has a history of going after referees but has toned things down publicly.

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45. Mark Cuban spoke at Tisch Hall on Tuesday, touching on his early business ventures and contemporary politics before reviewing three current and former NYU students' start-ups.

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46. Mark Cuban could be persuaded to play in the celebrity game at NBA All-Star weekend.

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47. In June 2015 Mark Cuban made a $5 million donation to Indiana University at Bloomington for the "Mark Cuban Center for Sports Media and Technology", which will be built inside Assembly Hall, the school's basketball arena.

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48. In September 2002, Mark Cuban married Tiffany Stewart in a private ceremony in Barbados.

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49. Mark Cuban posited that the best strategy to beat Trump was to attack his insecurities, especially that of his intellect.

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50. Mark Cuban described Trump as "that friend that you just shake your head at.

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51. Mark Cuban told Meet the Press in May 2016 that he would be open to being Clinton's running mate in the election, though he would seek to alter some of her positions in order to do so.

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52. In September 2015, Mark Cuban stated in an interview that running for president was "a fun idea to toss around", and that, if he were running in the 2016 US presidential election, he "could beat both Trump and Clinton".

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53. On November 22, 2016 Mark Cuban met with the then President-elect Trump's key advisor Steve Bannon, according to reports.

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54. Mark Cuban held a position on the centrist Unity08 political organization's advisory council.

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55. Mark Cuban has wanted to purchase his hometown Pittsburgh Pirates, but was rebuffed by then owner Kevin McClatchy in 2005.

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56. Mark Cuban felt that the value of the Dodgers' TV rights deal drove the price of the franchise too high.

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57. In January 2012, Mark Cuban placed an initial bid for the Los Angeles Dodgers, but was eliminated before the second round of bidding.

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58. Mark Cuban had outbid a competing ownership group led by ex-pitcher and Rangers executive Nolan Ryan, but lost the deal before the Rangers played the San Francisco Giants in the 2010 World Series.

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59. Mark Cuban was not selected to participate in the final bidding process in January 2009.

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60. Mark Cuban jokingly commented that he could not let Stern leave without a proper farewell.

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61. In May 2009, Mark Cuban made a reference to the Denver Nuggets being "thugs" after a loss to the Nuggets in game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals.

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62. Mark Cuban was apparently incensed that Smith had thrown an elbow that barely missed Mavericks forward Antoine Wright.

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63. In February 2007, Mark Cuban publicly criticized NBA Finals MVP Dwyane Wade and declared that he would get fined if he made any comments about what he thought really happened in the 2006 NBA Finals.

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64. On his blog, Mark Cuban contended the facts were false and that the investigation was "a product of gross abuse of prosecutorial discretion".

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65. Mark Cuban disputed the charges, saying he had not agreed to keep the information secret.

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66. Mark Cuban told the New York Post, "We are having discussions about distributing the existing video with Charlie's involvement as a narrator, not in making a new feature.

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67. In September 2010, Mark Cuban provided an undisclosed amount of venture capital to store-front analytics company Motionloft.

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68. Mark Cuban insisted that the practice is legal in view of full disclosure.

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69. Mark Cuban was an investor in Weblogs, Inc which was acquired by AOL.

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70. Mark Cuban is an owner of IceRocket, a search engine that scours the blogosphere for content.

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71. Mark Cuban is a partner in Synergy Sports Technology, a web based basketball scouting and video delivery tool, used by many NBA teams.

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72. In February 2004, Mark Cuban announced that he would be working with ABC television to produce a reality television series, The Benefactor.

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73. In 1982, Mark Cuban moved to Dallas, Texas, where he first found work as a bartender, and then as a salesperson for Your Business Software, one of the earliest PC software retailers in Dallas.

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74. Mark Cuban chose Indiana's Kelley School of Business without even visiting the campus because "it had the least expensive tuition of all the business schools on the top 10 list".

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75. In 2011, Mark Cuban wrote an e-book, How to Win at the Sport of Business, in which he chronicles his experiences in business and sports.

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76. Mark Cuban is one of the main "shark" investors on the ABC reality television series, Shark Tank.

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77. Mark Cuban was born on July 31, 1958 and is an American businessman and investor.

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78. Mark Cuban would certainly do all he can to add another star like Green if given the opportunity.

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79. Mark Cuban put it differently when former NC State star Adam Harrington was briefly a Dallas Maverick, saying "they guys like him and someone has to get the doughnuts.

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80. Mark Cuban engaged a law firm to conduct an independent investigation of the.

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81. Mark Cuban was recently quoted in the SportsBusiness Daily that "Everyone majors in sports marketing.

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82. Mark Cuban meets with Lani Lazzari, founder of Simple Sugars, years after locking down a deal on "Shark Tank.

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83. Mark Cuban is one of the coolest people on the planet.

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84. Mark Cuban has 3 smartphones and receives about 700 emails every day.

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85. Mark Cuban says he has 3 smartphones and receives about 700 emails every day.

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86. Mark Cuban formally endorsed Hillary Clinton for President at a July 30, 2016 rally in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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87. On December 19, 2012, Mark Cuban donated $250,000 to the Electronic Frontier Foundation to support its work on patent reform.

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88. On February 8, 2008, Mark Cuban voiced his support for the draft Bloomberg movement attempting to convince New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to run in the US presidential election of 2008 on his blog.

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89. Mark Cuban is an admirer of author and philosopher Ayn Rand.

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90. In February 2016, Mark Cuban purchased a principal ownership stake in the Professional Futsal League.

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91. In April 2010, Mark Cuban loaned the newly formed United Football League $5 million.

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92. On December 7, 2009, Mark Cuban acted as the guest host of Raw, getting revenge on Orton when he was the guest referee in Orton's match against Kofi Kingston, giving Kingston a fast count victory.

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93. Mark Cuban has repeatedly expressed interest in owning a Major League Baseball franchise and has unsuccessfully attempted to purchase at least three franchises.

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94. On October 28, 2015, Mark Cuban said the Los Angeles Clippers was still not a "respectable franchise" in regards to the botched deal between DeAndre Jordan and the Mavericks.

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95. On January 18, 2014, Mark Cuban was once again fined $100,000 for confronting referees and using inappropriate language toward them.

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96. Mark Cuban offered to match the fine with a donation to a charity of Smith's choosing.

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97. Mark Cuban accepted the company's invitation and worked for a day at a Dairy Queen in Coppell, Texas, where fans lined up in the street to get a Blizzard from the owner of the Mavericks.

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98. Mark Cuban travels in his private airplane—a Gulfstream V—to attend road games.

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99. In April 2011, Mark Cuban put Magnolia Pictures and Landmark Theatres up for sale, but said, "If we don't get the price and premium we want, we are happy to continue to make money from the properties.

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100. In April 2007, Mark Cuban partnered with Mascot Books to publish his first children's book, Let's Go, Mavs!.

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101. Mark Cuban has assisted ventures in the social software and distributed networking industries.

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