Mark Cuban Buys 1st Franchise in National Curling League
Feb 20, 2015
"Curling's too important to be left in Canadian hands."
Dallas, TX (eTrueSports) - Buoyed by the success of NBC Sports' "Curling Night In America," Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA Dallas Mavericks, announced he has purchased the first franchise in the newly formed National Curling League (NCL).
Promising to lose "major lbs," the always entertaining mogul said he will captain the eponymous Cuban's Curlers.
"Canada's a nice country," explained Cuban, "but curling is too important to allow, you know, Canadians, to run the show. We thank our northward neighbors for getting the stones sliding, but we'll take over from here on in.
"At first I thought all those people with brooms were part of a public service announcement promoting sidewalk cleaning," added Cuban. "Then I realized curling has scoring too and I thought, 'Wow, what a great sport. I want one.'
"I guess I've always been a stoner," Cuban said.
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