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Cuban apologizes to Martins, defends words

Cuban apologizes to Martins, defends words

ESPN.com Updated May 22
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban apologized to the family of slain South Florida teenager Trayvon Martin for referencing "a black kid in a hoodie" during a controversial, nuanced discussion about prejudices and bigotries.
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  • Video - Bomani Jones Reacts To Cuban's Comments 02:31

    Bomani Jones Reacts To Cuban's Comments

    May 22
    Bomani Jones reacts to Mavericks owner Mark Cuban's comments on bigotry and prejudice.
  • Video - Wilbon: Cuban Clearly Condemns Bigotry 03:07

    Wilbon: Cuban Clearly Condemns Bigotry

    May 22
    Michael Wilbon reacts to Mavericks owner Mark Cuban's comments on bigotry and prejudice.
  • Video - Will Cuban's 'Bigotries' Affect Future? 05:31

    Will Cuban's 'Bigotries' Affect Future?

    May 22
    Bruce Bowen and Ryan Clark react to Mavericks owner Mark Cuban's comments about having his own "prejudices and bigotries".
  • Video - Cuban Makes Bold Comments On Race 01:10

    Cuban Makes Bold Comments On Race

    May 22
    Mavericks owner Mark Cuban acknowledged having his own prejudices and bigotries during an interview with Inc. magazine.

Sports Columnists

  • NBA: Mark Cuban's candid take on race, prejudice

    May 22
    Marc Cuban's most recent comments provide a lesson in prejudice vs. racism, J.A. Adande writes.
  • Florida Gators coach Billy Donovan spoke to a couple NBA teams

    May 22
    Florida's Billy Donovan has spoken to a couple of NBA teams about coaching vacancies, but adds that "I fully plan on being back" next season.
  • Minnesota Timberwolves making progress toward hiring Dave Joerger as coach

    May 22
    The Minnesota Timberwolves have made "significant progress" in their attempts to hire Dave Joerger away from the Memphis Grizzlies to be their new coach, according to sources close to the process.