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Mark Cuban offers himself as Dodgers buyer

The team isn't for sale — yet — and Cuban has some imposing conditions, but the owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks says, sure, he could see owning the Dodgers. "If a unique situation came up where I could contribute capital to buy out a majority shareholder and gain control, with existing shareholders or note holders staying in place, I would consider it," he told Bill Shaikin of the LAT.

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