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Mark Cuban Hit in the Face By Flying Object Thrown by Blazers Fan

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, April 22nd, 2011
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You know who Mark Cuban reminds me of?

Vince McMahon the owner of the WWE.

He has a whole lot of money, very smart, knows how to annoy everyone, has an arrogance about him and a disdain for authority.  The only think he is missing is the walk.

Blazer fan got a little overzealous last night and one of them hit Cuban in the head with something.

The incident occurred midway through the fourth quarter after Cuban had been interacting with the fans in the section behind the Mavericks’ bench. Cuban was not injured.

“I don’t know what it was, but something hit me in the face,” said Cuban, who encouraged fans to boo him more by putting his hand by his ear.

Cuban gets off on being the villain, so it isn’t a big deal.  Fans need to keep their cool though, we don’t want any rioting.  If the Mavericks were as fearless as Cuban they might have a title by now.

I can not confirm or deny it was David Stern who threw the object.

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