Last May, following another playoff disappointment, a minority owner of the Dallas Mavericks had filed a lawsuit to remove majority owner Mark Cuban as controlling owner, alleging Cuban had run the team into the ground. In particular, the suit alleged Cuban had made “a litany of questionable business, financial and personnel decisions.” (But enough about Erick Dampier!)
Of course, last week Cuban’s Mavericks won their first ever NBA championship, beating the favored and much hyped Miami Heat in six games.
So today, Cuban’s management company, appropriately named Radical Mavericks Management, LLC, filed a motion for summary judgment, and it’s loaded with new evidence.
That’s pretty compelling evidence, I’d say.