Cuban to Trump: $1 Million to Shave Locks

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You have to love billionaires with a sense of humor. Today, that would be Mark Cuban, owner of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team. Cuban says he’ll pay the Donald (Donald Trump, that is) $1 million toward a charity of his choice if he shaves his head, reports Keith Whitmire at Fox Sports.


The challenge from Cuban follows nicely on the heels of Donald Trump’s ludicrous offer last week to give $5 million to charity if President Obama produced college transcripts and passport applications. (See my colleague Clare O’Connor‘s take on that here, with an explanation of sorts from Trump.) With all the focus on Superstorm Sandy this week, Trump’s offer didn’t get much air play. It didn’t deserve much. And then it expired.

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