Mark Cuban says it would take 100 trillion dollars for him to sell the Mavericks

  • Jason Whitney

Mark Cuban believes the Mavericks franchise is valued too low

Polarizing Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban commented on the $765 million estimated value Forbes magazine placed on his franchise. Cuban believes that the number estimated by Forbes is “way too low.” In fact, Cuban said that if someone showed up with $765 million in their pocket and offered to purchase the Mavericks, Cuban would laugh at them. So what would it take in order for Cuban to sell the team he’s owned since 2000? How about somewhere in the neighborhood of 100 trillion dollars!

Via Dallas News/Mavs Blog:

The Mavericks have been valued at $765 million by Forbes magazine, but that’s a low-ball number as far as owner Mark Cuban is concerned.

“They’re way too low,” he said.
So if somebody showed up with $765 million in his pocket and wanted the team he’s owned since 2000, what would Cuban do?

“I’d laugh at them,” he said. “I think we’re worth well over a billion. I think within the next five years, and this is just a guess, if the economy continues to get a little better and sports still stays in demand, every NBA franchise will be worth at least a billion dollars.”

Cuban, then was asked how much money would it take to sell his beloved Dallas Maverick franchise.

“Everything’s for sale, but it’s going to take 100 trillion dollars”

Another words, it’s not for sale.


Share & Rate

  • Rate this post

From Around The Web

From SK Network

discussion by

About The Author

Jason Whitney

Jason Whitney - administrator

Leave a Comment

Fill Out All Required Fields

8 − = 4

From SK Network