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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban may not care much for the Los Angeles Clippers, but he sure loves talking about their starting center.

Following a loss to the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday, Cuban sounded off again on Clippers center DeAndre Jordan, who backed out of a verbal commitment with the Mavericks this summer to re-sign with Los Angeles at the last minute.

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Cuban claims he saved the text messages between him and Jordan, and he may release them at a later date, according to Ben Bolch of the Los Angeles Times:

Cuban has been known to stir up controversy, but he's clearly still upset about the Jordan fiasco, and one couldn't put it past him to release those text messages and possibly embarrass or expose Jordan's mishandling of the situation.

Wednesday marks Jordan's first visit to Dallas this season, and it promises to be a highly dramatic matchup featuring a ton of boos and bad blood. The decibel levels when Jordan steps to the free throw line may shatter American Airlines Center to pieces.

(h/t ProBasketballTalk)