Mark Cuban Pulls Bro Move – Lends His Jet For Puerto Rico Assistance

David Hookstead | Reporter

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban recently pulled off a really classy move when he lent his jet to a player to bring supplies to Puerto Rico.

ESPN reporter Tim McMahon tweeted Tuesday afternoon, “Mark Cuban loaned the team plane to J.J. Barea to fly supplies to Puerto Rico. Barea will return tonight with his mother and grandmother.”

Barea is Puerto Rico native. There is a lot of negativity going on in America surrounding the hurricanes, NFL protesting and the usual political garbage so many of us have grown tired of.

It’s awesome seeing a major figure in the American media stepping up and lending his private plane to an employee so that guy could bring supplies and rescue his family. It’s just another reminder that Cuban is one of the coolest guys in sports.

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