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SBD/March 2, 2011/Franchises
EXCO's Douglas Miller Bids For Stars, But Is It A Stalking Horse For Cuban?
Published March 2, 2011
SALE MOVING FORWARD? In Dallas, Mike Heika cited a source as saying that Miller, the Stars' lenders and the NHL last night "already were discussing counteroffers to the deal." Cuban in an e-mail reiterated his interest in American Airlines Center and added, "Nothing has changed on my end" (DALLASNEWS.com, 3/1). The GLOBE & MAIL's David Shoalts reports while there are "four groups interested in buying the Dallas Stars, none of them have submitted a bid" for the team. Aside from Miller and Cuban, Vancouver businessman Tom Gaglardi and MLB Rangers investor Billy Quinn, "another Dallas oil-and-gas man," are said to be interested in the Stars (GLOBE & MAIL, 3/2).