Well, last week in a radio interview with Sportsradio 1310, he discussed the matter publicly for the first time. Let’s just say, he wasn’t too kind on Lebron.
We get more from The Dallas-Morning News:
“LeBron has every right to go wherever and do whatever, whatever team he wants to,” Cuban said. “Going to the Heat was his choice, those guys working together. I don’t even have a problem with the three of them working together, as long as they follow all of the NBA rules, which I think they did.
Where I think LeBron made a mistake, was in how he did it. I don’t even have a problem that he had the tv show. But it turned out to be the largest public humiliation in the history of sports. He humiliated the organization, he humiliated the state of Ohio , the city of Cleveland. All of a sudden he became a bad guy, he lost a billion dollars in brand equity, give or take a couple bucks here or there. …
Oh well, I guess Mark will not be inducting Lebron into the Billionaire Boys Club, anytime soon.