Mark Cuban Bulls
The problem here is that NBA teams really depend on their planes, so when one breaks down it becomes a major issue that needs a quick fix. On Saturday night, the Chicago Bulls had some mid-air plane trouble on their way to Indianapolis to face the Pacers. They returned to Chicago and borrowed the plane of the still-undefeated Chicago Blackhawks, but that was only a short-term solution.
So, when they needed a plane, they called on a member of their NBA competition. From ESPNChicago.com:
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban lent the Bulls the Mavs' plane to fly to San Antonio on Tuesday and to return after Wednesday's game. Bulls forward Lou Amundson tweeted his appreciation to Cuban for the lift.
"Our plane broke, @mcuban loaned us his, nice guy...," Amundson tweeted in the early hours of Thursday morning. Cuban later retweeted it. [...]
The Bulls' plane is expected to be fixed and used for the rest of the season.
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