DeAndre Jordan Apology to Mark Cuban Was Not Accepted (Video)
This whole DeAndre Jordan free agency saga is the gift that just keeps on giving.
Before Jordan had officially decided to bail on the Dallas Mavericks so that he could re-sign with the Los Angeles Clippers, we were treated to that awesome emoji war between NBA players, past and present, on Twitter. And after Jordan had officially stiffed the Mavs for the Clips, there was the Twitter beef between Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and ESPN’s Chris Broussard, followed by Chandler Parsons‘ hard take on Jordan’s decision to stay in L.A.
It appeared as though DeAndre Jordan was attempting to bury the hatchet once and for all Friday night when he issued the following apology to Cuban and the Mavs via Twitter:
— DeAndre Jordan (@deandrejordan6) July 11, 2015
Nice try. Only problem is Mark Cuban wasn’t buying it. The Billionaire owner issued the following statement, via ESPN’s Tim MacMahon:
“Dear Mavs fans. When is an apology not an apology? When you didn’t write it yourself. Next.”
And he even acted like Jordan didn’t exist when asked about the 6’11” center during the Mavericks’ Sumer League game against the New Orleans Pelicans on Saturday:
— topnews (@topnews11) July 11, 2015
The saga continues…