Mavericks owner Mark Cuban continues to make an impact

Tyler Watts
Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban (Photo by Omar Vega/Getty Images)
Dallas Mavericks Mark Cuban (Photo by Omar Vega/Getty Images) /

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is helping local businesses plus will pay the stadium workers at the American Airlines Center for the missed games.

The Dallas Mavericks had their season suspended on March 11 because of the coronavirus. They were in the middle of a game against the Denver Nuggets when the announcement was made. The Mavs played lights out in the fourth quarter to pick up the victory. It was made more impressive given the nature of the night.

Commissioner Adam Silver said the season will be suspended for at least 30 days. Other than that, things are a bit uncertain at this time. Everyone is waiting to hear what is ahead. Silver is optimistic that the NBA will finish its season just when is unanswered.

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is not sitting on his hands. He continues to make a difference in these difficult times. He agreed to pay the staff at the American Airlines Center for the six games they will miss during the 30-day break. Fans can see the Mavs press release below.

Cuban is also supporting local businesses. He sent out the following tweet on Saturday.

The Mavs had another press release just hours after detailing the plan. Please go out and support a local small business. Without you, they will not be around.

Cuban is always making an impact. The world needs more people like him, especially in difficult times. The Mavericks owner is never afraid to put his money where his mouth is to try to help out with an issue. Fans should be thankful that Mark Cuban owns the Mavs.

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