Mark Cuban Lends The Chicago Bulls His Plane After Theirs Broke Down

Mark Cuban Lends The Chicago Bulls His Plane After Theirs Broke Down
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The Chicago Bulls had quite a scare when one of the engines on their team plane backfired and they were forced to turn around mid-flight so repairs could be made.

Luckily, the Chicago Blackhawks were kind of enough to lend them their plane so they could travel to Indiana to play the Pacers. But they still had to get to San Antonio later in the week, and you wouldn’t believe who stepped in to make the trip possible.

Mavericks owner Mark Cuban let the Bulls borrow the Mavericks’ team plane to get to their game against the Spurs.

And you thought he was nothing but a big ol’ bully. Good form, Mark.

Sean Levinson | Elite.

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