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If he can sell Blizzards, then why not smoothies?

Updated: December 13, 2002, 7:37 PM ET
By Darren Rovell | ESPN.com

Michael Jordan gets paid to sell basketball shoes. Tiger Woods earns serious coin to sell golf apparel. But can Mark Cuban sell smoothies?

The eccentric Dallas Mavericks owner is the first of his kind in the sports world to use his public image to peddle someone else's products. Former New England Patriots owner Victor Kiam was a great salesman, but, as he said in the TV ads, he liked his Remington shaver so much that he bought the company.

Cuban garnered national attention last season ...

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