It seems like Isaiah Thomas burst onto the scene as a young player last year, carrying the mantle as the leader of the Boston Celtics.
Some might be surprised to know Thomas has been in the league for six seasons now, while playing on three different teams, and until last season was best known for usually being the shortest player on the court.
Now, Thomas is a two-time All-Star breaking the hearts of countless players on opposing teams.
Thomas was at his best again Saturday in a 112-108 overtime win against the Bucks. Thomas had 37 points and eight assists, while hitting 6 of 11 shots from beyond the arc.
“The ban was half-ass, half-baked,” Cuban said, per a transcript of the interview. “If the goal was security, why do you leave off any other countries that hosted terrorism?” Critics noted that Saudi Arabia and Egypt, to cite just two countries, were not listed in the order.
Cuban saw the episode as an example of Trump’s inexperience in government and disarray within his administration.
“In my mind, if he was presidential, he could have said, ‘Look, I want to do A, B and C, but I want to get all of my Cabinet in place, I want to make sure I have everybody vested. Because I know every liberal and every (Hillary) Clinton supporter is going to go bananas when I put this out. And I want every I dotted and Ts crossed because I’m just going to ram it down their throat and do what’s best for the country.'”
People have suggested Cuban should run for president himself. He hasn’t shown much inclination to do that. On Tuesday, he did encourage people to get involved in the political process.
“Twenty-five percent of the people voted against [Trump], 23 percent voted for him,” Cuban said, using percentages of the entire U.S. voting population. “What those (other) 52 percent do, I think, is the most important thing that happens right now. Because that’s what’s going to change the balance of power in all the polls and that’s what he’ll listen to.”