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“I went and looked at a picture of my house since I’m on the road and I saw that it was made out of a whole lot of glass,” Cuban said, “so I decided I don’t have anything more to say on the whole topic.”
On Monday night, Cuban expressed disgust with Sterling’s comments but called the possibility of forcing him out of the league “a slippery slope,” saying he feared the precedent that it could set. On Tuesday, Cuban tweeted that he fully supported and agreed with commissioner Adam Silver’s findings and decision on the Sterling scandal.
“It’s fully consistent,” Cuban said. “I don’t have anything more to say.”
SAN ANTONIO – Mavericks owner Mark Cuban colorfully declined to comment further on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s lifetime ban for making racist comments.