Broussard: "CORRECTION: Sources: Cuban beside himself. Driving around downtown HOUSTON begging (thru texts) Jordan's family 4 address to DeAndre's home"
Cuban took issue with that tweet, and on Thursday made sure to tell the journalist that he was wrong.
Cuban: ".@Chris_Broussard that's is the dumbest ... Ive ever heard. If you had any ethics u would msg me and I will give u his address"
Broussard initially defended himself, posting a series of tweets on Thursday: "@mcuban if you had the address last night, you would've gone to the house. I stand by my multiple sources who had u calling & texting them
"@mcuban you didn't fly to Houston to text all night, did you?"
Cuban fired back, tweeting Thursday: "@Chris_Broussard how about this. You post any proof I was calling/texting his friends asking anything I give 100k to charity of yr choice."
Broussard eventually issued an apology to Cuban, tweeting Friday: "Regarding my Wednesday report: I should have attempted to contact Mark Cuban before reporting what my sources were telling me. I always try to carry myself with honesty and integrity both personally and professionally. I recognize that I tweeted hastily, I'm sorry for it, and I will learn from my mistake."
Cuban detailed Friday morning over text-messaging app Cyber Dust his account of what happened Wednesday, when Jordan reneged on his commitment with the Mavericks and signed with the Clippers.