LAS VEGAS – “So, what are your thoughts on DeAndre Jordan now?”
"Who?" Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban told Yahoo Sports.
“DeAndre Jordan ... now?”
"It's over. You move on. [Expletive] happens," Cuban said.
Cuban and the Mavericks were stunned last week when they leaned that Jordan reneged on a four-year, $80 million contract agreement and instead re-signed with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Jordan apologized via Twitter on Friday, but not face to face or over the phone.
Cuban talked to Yahoo Sports about the Jordan dilemma on Saturday at the Las Vegas summer league and how it affected his franchise without saying the name of the center who spurned him.
Q: Do you need a face-to-face apology from [DeAndre] Jordan?
Cuban: Why would I care? That's it. Who were you talking about?
Q: Have you talked to Mavs star Dirk Nowitzki of late and discussed Jordan?
Cuban: I talk to Dirk all the time. Dirk has been around 18 years. He's seen everything. This is a business. Life goes on. There is noRead More »from Dallas' Mark Cuban on DeAndre Jordan: 'Who?'