According to the New York Post, the Dallas Mavericks owner would consider purchasing part of the New York Mets.
“If they want to sit down and sell me on it, I can be a willing buyer and a willing customer,” he said. “But I’m not going to be a bidder on anything.”
Cuban is 0 for 2 in previous attempts to buy a baseball team. He placed a bid for the Texas Rangers last year, but lost to a group the included Nolan Ryan and also looked into purchasing the Chicago Cubs in 2007.
As with most Cuban-related ventures, he’s taking a go big or go home attitude when it comes to the Mets.
“You take a small part of something that makes a ton of money, if the price is right, no matter who you are. But I don’t know the specifics of it, so I couldn’t say,” he said. “I can tell you from my perspective, it’d be very unlikely that I’d choose to participate if they came to me for a minority stake unless there was a right to buy it in the event of that opportunity.”