Mark Cuban teases Donald Trump again at NBA Celebrity All-Star Game


Trump, the 45th president of the United States, tweeted on February 12: "I know Mark Cuban well".

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been a frequent critic of Donald Trump for close to a year, regularly calling out the onetime candidate and current president's lack of leadership, poor focus, and discriminatory attitudes (though rarely the economic policies that benefit him most).

Cuban, however, tried to give a different explanation during his pregame interview.

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Cuban said that he was trying to get number 23 but it wasn't available."This is two times 23", he said.

Unless Cuban is able to rain three-pointers like he is the Larry Bird of tech billionaires, that entrance to the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game will be the best highlight of what should be a awful basketball for no one's enjoyment.

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By the way, Cuban was 0-of-3 from the field, grabbed one rebound and was scoreless in 11 minutes Friday as his West squad lost to the East, 90-57. Cuban constantly shared his support of Hilary Clinton on Twitter during the Presidential election while making his doubts of Trump known. Cuban hasn't been shy about expressing opinions against Trump, both on Twitter and elsewhere.

Last weekend, Trump had tweeted, "I know Mark Cuban well".

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It's not. "It's very unfair what's been done to him and I understand why he's so defensive", the reporter from Ami Magazine said on Fox News . "Here's the story, folks".