ESPN's Chris Broussard Apologizes To Mark Cuban For Leaking False Information

The DeAndre Jordan x Dallas Mavericks x Los Angeles Clippers free agency love triangle was one that won't soon be forgotten. 

DeAndre's indecision had the internet buzzing with memes and wild rumors that Mark Cuban was driving around Houston like a lunatic, begging DJ's family to give him the address to his home. 

That rumor was sparked by your boy, ESPN's Chris Broussard, and as it turns out was patently false.

Here's the tweet that started it all: 

Sources: Cuban is beside himself. Driving around downtown Dallas begging (thru texts) Jordan's family for address to DeAndre's home

— Chris Broussard (@Chris_Broussard) July 9, 2015

And here's the Cubes' rebuttal: 

.@Chris_Broussard that's is the dumbest shit Ive ever heard. If you had any ethics u would msg me and I will give u his address

— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) July 9, 2015

As we now know, DeAndre ultimately decided to leave Cuban and the Mavs at the alter, opting to return to the Clippers on a 4-year $88 million contract.

However, the Broussard vs. Cuban drama was a story in and of itself- a story which left Broussard and his 'multiple sources' looking like a bunch of jabronis.

Here's what really happened, according to THE SOURCE, Mark Cuban: 

Here's Mark Cuban's full message to Mavs fans on Cyber Dust pic.twitter.com/cT8jVbphXC

— Kenny Ducey (@KennyDucey) July 10, 2015

ESPN's Chris Broussard Apologizes To Mark Cuban For Leaking False Information

In the end, DeAndre Jordan apologized (for acting like a child), Mark Cuban lost out on a coveted free agent but still looked like a boss, and Chris Broussard, well his legacy lives on...

ESPN's Chris Broussard Apologizes To Mark Cuban For Leaking False Information

ESPN's Chris Broussard Apologizes To Mark Cuban For Leaking False Information