Mark Cuban saved all of DeAndre Jordan’s text messages

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports
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Mark Cuban just can’t leave the DeAndre Jordan saga behind him. 

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is still upset over DeAndre Jordan’s decision to spurn the Mavericks for the Clippers in free agency.

Speaking to reporters Tuesday night before the Mavericks took on the New Orleans Pelicans, Cuban said that he saved all of the text messages between him and Jordan, and that he might release them to social media soon so that everyone can read them and see what really happened.

“Someday I’ll let you read all the texts,” Cuban told reporters Tuesday night. “And we’ll get into it and we’ll talk about it, but now is not the right time.”

It looks like Cuban is not going to let this go for a while and is intent on taking jabs at the Clippers and Jordan all season long. It will be curious to see what the messages actually reveal. Cuban has said on a number of occasions that he has moved on from the incident, but clearly that is not the case.

The fact that he actually saved the messages and is thinking about sharing them on social media is a true sign that Cuban wants the world to see what a terrible and unprofessional thing Jordan did by ignoring his calls and messages on that eventful July 7th evening.

The Mavericks and Clippers play in Dallas Wednesday night and the game will be aired on ESPN.