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Mavs’ Cuban Still Focused On A Championship After 10 Seasons
Published April 23, 2009
|Cuban Says He Has Money, But
Not A Championship
AT ALL COSTS: Cuban said the team has "lost money most of the years. … I think we’ve made money two years.” But he added, “I’d just rather win than make more money. I’ve got money.” Cuban: “I want to win for myself, the city, the players, that’s just my goal. Now, how we do it is the hard part. It’s not always just about spending money, so we’ve got to try to figure it out.” Meanwhile, Cuban said of his relationship with other owners, “The ones that are active and involved, I get along great with. The ones that aren’t, I don’t.” Cuban also said he is “just as committed” to the team as when he bought the franchise. Cuban: “I just don’t get as upset after losses like I used to. … I’ve kind of mellowed out in terms of in-games” (DALLASNEWS.com, 4/23).