Mark Cuban’s Two-Year Plan Not A Good Idea For Dallas Mavericks

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I’m sure there is a lot of talk around the Dallas Mavericks and what they are going to do next season to avoid missing the playoffs again. However, it sounds like owner Mark Cuban might have a different idea in mind. He said last week that he has a two-year plan to get Dallas back into championship contention.

I’m sorry to say this, but a two-year plan isn’t going to sit well with fans.

Cuban has the money to make the big moves necessary for this Dallas team, and that would include trying to get either Chris Paul or Dwight Howard. I don’t understand this two-year plan business. Is it possible that Cuban’s involvement in the highly popular TV show “Shark Tank” might have something to do with this plan?

His attention sounds divided because of the show, and he should get back to focusing on his Mavericks.

There is money available and salary cap space to pick up some nice pieces this summer, but it sounds like he is more focused on free agency after next season. The fans in Dallas will get restless real quick if this team doesn’t produce next year.

It would be best for Cuban to just go out and focus all his energy this offseason on getting Dallas some free agent help. He seems resigned to the fact that the team isn’t going anywhere next year.

Andy Schmidt is a columnist/writer for RantSports. Follow him on Twitter @ASchmidtSports, like his Facebook page or add him to your network on Google.

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