DeAndre Jordan recently issued an apology on Twitter for what transpired between him, the Mavericks, and the Clippers. In it he apologized directly to Mark Cuban. However, Cuban flatly rejected Jordan's apology in his most recent CyberDust post:
Dear Mavs fans. When is an apology not an apology ? When you didn't write it yourself.
Shots fired much? With everything that has transpired in the past few days, it's understandable that Cuban and the organization are still salty. Cuban's reaction today, combined with Chandler Parsons' recent interview, make it clear that the Mavericks aren't willing to let bygones be bygones. Jordan's flip-flopping will be a subject of derision for the foreseeable future.
Cuban also took the time to welcome new center Zaza Pachulia in his dust. (Is that what you call it? No, really. I'm asking.) He went so far as to compare Pachulia's abilities on the pick and pop to that of Dirk. That's certainly some high praise.