Mark Cuban: I don’t give a sh** about the Clippers
Mark Cuban does not hate the Los Angeles Clippers because of what happened with DeAndre Jordan during the offseason — he just doesn’t care.
Before the Clippers cruised to an easy 104-88 win over the Dallas Mavericks Thursday night, Cuban was asked to share his thoughts on his team’s second opponent of the season. Simply put, he doesn’t think much of them at all.
“Look, the Clippers are the Clippers,” Cuban said while smirking, according to Dan Woike of The Orange County Register. “You can change the players; you can change the owner, but the Clippers are who they’ve been for the past 30 years.”
In other words, Cuban feels the Clippers are irrelevant. They may be one of the better teams in the Western Conference, but they have never appeared in an NBA Finals.
“I don’t hate the Clippers,” Cuban added. “That’s the wrong word. I don’t hate anyone on the Clippers. I pretty much hate anybody that doesn’t have Dallas or Mavericks across their chest. Again, I just don’t give a (expletive) about the Clippers.”
He can say whatever he wants, but we all know Cuban wants to destroy the Clippers every time the Mavs face them after what happened with Jordan. Still, his comments from Thursday mesh with that awesome metaphor he came up with for Jordan’s decision.