Mavs owner Mark Cuban suggests Taylor Swift should break up with Travis Kelce

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The Dallas Mavericks started training camp on September 27, and there are plenty of storylines from camp that everyone seems to be talking about.

Jason Kidd revealed the probable starting lineup for their first preseason game, Luka Doncic looks slim and ready to go, and Dwight Powell may finally move to a bench role in favor of rookie Dereck Lively II (for the preseason at least).

There is plenty to be excited about if you're a Mavs fan, but one other story has the entire sports world buzzing like no other.

Mavs owner Mark Cuban suggests Taylor Swift should break up with Travis Kelce

And that's the story of international music superstar Taylor Swift and the Kansas City Chiefs star tight end Travis Kelce. Swift was spotted in Kelce's family suite watching the Chiefs play the Chicago Bears last weekend in Kansas City, and they were later spotted that night driving around in Kelce's convertible.

The suspected couple has also been spotted out and about since the game, and there are rumors that Taylor will be in attendance for the Chiefs' game this weekend in New York against the Jets.

All the sports world seems to be buzzing about Kelce and Swift, but one major figure in the Mavs organization suggests that Swift looks for a boyfriend elsewhere.

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was on ESPN's "First Take" on Thursday morning and jokingly suggested that Swift break up with Kelce and date one of the Mavs players.

This was obviously just Cuban joking around about the most popular rumored couple on the internet, but some Chiefs fans and "Swifties" may not be happy about this one.

Be on the lookout for Taylor Swift at Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs' next game in New York, and who knows, we could see Swift at a Mavs game this season. Kelce's best friend and teammate, Patrick Mahomes, is a known Mavs fan, and maybe he'll bring Swift and Kelce along if he stops by a game next season.