But in conservative-heavy Texas, does Cuban worry his political opinions could affect his popularity among the Mavs’ fanbase?
Not a chance, apparently.
“You know what, when it’s all said and done, I’d rather lose every penny than have Trump as president because I care more about the future of my family, my children than I do about my pocketbook and so if it means we play to empty arenas, I’m down with that,” he told NBC 5 sports anchor Newy Scruggs on Scruggs’ daily radio show Tuesday.
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Cuban has already voted for Clinton, he told Scruggs.
But he said fans shouldn’t expect his political thoughts to carry over past next week’s election.
“You’ve known me forever Newy,” he said on the show, “and I’ve been apolitical my entire adult life and only because I know Donald and I know my feelings about what he would be like as president have I gotten this involved, but come Nov. 9, it’s all Mavs all the time.”