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Dallas Mavericks proprietor Mark Cuban has taken exception to feedback made by Golden State Warriors star Draymond Green.
Per ESPN’s Tim MacMahon, Cuban thinks Green owes the NBA an apology for turning feedback made by Houston Texans proprietor Bob McNair “into something it’s not.”
“He owes the NBA an apology,” Cuban stated. “I think he does, because to try to create some connotation that owning equity in a company that you busted your bad for is the equivalent of ownership in terms of people, that’s just wrong. That’s just wrong in every which way.”
Responding to controversial remarks from McNair saying the NFL “can’t have the inmates running the prison,” Green stated on Instagram he believes the workforce proprietor “units a nasty precedent” as a result of it has the connotation of 1 individual proudly owning one other individual:
Cuban added Green’s feedback make it appear as if house owners “do not do every part potential to badist our gamers succeed and do not care about their households and do not care about their lives, like hopefully we do for all of our staff—that is simply flawed.”
MacMahon famous Cuban introduced up packages instituted by NBA franchises which are designed to show younger gamers life expertise so they do not burn by way of their cash and are in a position to make sensible selections whereas below a celeb highlight.
Cuban additionally advised MacMahon that having discussions about slavery and racial points could be “nice” and added, “let’s have that conversation about people who don’t respect others.”