Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban made an appearance on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on Thursday and defended suspended New York Yankees player Alex Rodriguez, saying his treatment by Major League Baseball is “horrible.”
Cuban said, "I think it's disgraceful what Major League Baseball is trying to do to him. Look, it's not that he doesn't deserve to be suspended. He does. They have policies in place: A first-time offender is 50 games, and a second time is 100. [Two hundred and eleven games], that's personal."
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Billionaire entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban stopped by The Grove to chat exclusively with "Extra" host Mario Lopez about L.A. Lakers player Lamar Odom's move to the Mavericks.
"When the opportunity came up to get Lamar Odom -- he's 6'11", creative, talented -- I could not say no," said Cuban. "You know me. I like to win, always."
How did the trade go down? "We didn't even know he was available. He's a great player, so you always want a player like that. Literally, the deal went down, start to finish, in maybe three to four hours. We had no idea it was going to happen."