Mark Cuban Is Reportedly No Longer In Charge Of Mavericks’ Basketball Operations


In a significant change for the Dallas Mavericks, former majority owner Mark Cuban reportedly is no longer in control of the team’s basketball operations. This development comes after Cuban sold his majority stake in the franchise to the Adelson family last year.

A report from ESPN’s Tim MacMahon revealed that president and general manager Nico Harrison now is reporting directly to team governor Patrick Dumont.


“There is a clarity in the organizational flow chart that was murky in the past,” MacMahon wrote. “Cuban, despite his claims after selling the majority share of the franchise midseason to the Adelson and Dumont families, no longer has control of basketball operations. Harrison reports to new governor Patrick Dumont, who is kept informed but has shown trust in Harrison to handle roster personnel matters. Dumont rewarded both Harrison and Kidd with multi-year contract extensions during this playoff run.”


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