Well, this is going to cost the owner of the Dallas Mavericks some money. Mark Cuban has learned time and again that you can’t go overboard in criticizing the officials, yet he apparently couldn’t help himself last night.
Let’s forget that he eats coaches like they are M&M’s.
Let’s dismiss that he complains about everything from set offenses to background lighting in arenas.
Let’s overlook that he took a little too much enjoyment in swinging the sledgehammer of free agency.
Even before the long awaited return, the issue of whether the power forward can fit in with Carmelo Anthony has constantly been questioned by the media and fans alike, with good reason. The two simply have yet to prove that they can both be highly productive on the floor together, and that has been the case since Anthony arrived back in the 2010-2011 season.
The race for this season’s Most Improved Player reminds me of one of those computer-simulated races that take place on the jumbotrons at arenas throughout the country. You know what I’m talking about. They’ve got the cute characters and cool animation, but they end up with more twists and turns than an M. Night Shyamalan movie.
Most races go something like this: