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McCourt Vows To Control Dodger Stadium, Other Assets If MLB Forces Sale
Published June 22, 2011
GUESS WHO'S BACK? Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban during an interview with TMZ.com yesterday said that he "isn't sure he would be interested in purchasing the Dodgers" because of what McCourt "might have done to the franchise." Cuban: "I have an interest in Major League Baseball for the right deal. But it's just such a mess, right? I can't imagine that it's not going to be such a mess that it's (not) going to make it hard to turn around." Still, Cuban added, "If the deal is right and they're fixable, then, yeah, I'm very interested" (L.A. TIMES, 6/22).