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Eric Bledsoe's Back-To-Back Alley-Oops Made Mark Cuban Sad (Video)
In all likelihood, Mark Cuban was probably pretty sad well before Eric Bledsoe finished off back-to-back alley-oop passes from Jamal Crawford last night. After all, his Dallas Mavericks were already trailing the Los Angeles Clippers by 20 at tha
t point, and they were on the verge of earning their fourth loss in their last five games.
But whatever amount of sadness that Cuban took into the final minutes of last night's game only seemed to multiply with every emphatic alley-oop slam he witnessed from the Clippers, until he finally reached the level of sadness you see in the above image.
For a complete look at how he got to that point, check out the video below:
Pretty sad stuff, isn't it? The Mavs would go on to lose the game by a score of 112-90, dropping them to 8-10 on the season. But I'm sure one quick glance at his bank account was all it took to put a smile right back on the face of the NBA's most entertaining owner, Mark Cuban.