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I Would Appear On “Cold As Ball” With Kevin Hart Says Mark Cuban


Kevin Hart has quickly become a part of the mainstream culture over the five years with his comedy tours, movies, television, and web series. Hart began rising to prominence on Wild’N Out presented by Nick Cannon, and since then he has gone on to star in films such as  Ride Along alongside Ice Cube,  Night School with Tiffany Haddish, Central Intelligence with  Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson to name a few.  Kevin Hart first made his appearance on Wild N’ Out’ back in 2005, also featuring  David Banner.  He would return in season five of the comedy and made cameo appearances in later seasons.

Last year, Kevin Hart debuted a new web series called “Cold As Balls” guests that have been featured on the series have included Lavar Ball, Candace Parker, Blake Griffin, Draymond Green, and Gabby Douglas from season one. Season Two has featured Lamar Odom, Odell Beckham Jr., Metta World Peace, Skip Bayless, and Johnny Manziel to name a few from season two.

Dallas  Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban has been featured on another culture show called “Shark Tank” for the past ten seasons. The program showcases entrepreneurs pitching their companies and try to partner with one of the panel members or multiple in some cases.

Recently I asked Cuban if he would be interested in making an appearance on “Cold As Balls” in the future.

” I would definitely be interested in making an appearance on the series. I’m a fan of Kevin Hart and anything project that he is involved with I would do,” Cuban told me.

Earlier this year I spoke to Cuban about the  G-League’s alternative to the one and done rule:
“If we are going to let players come out of high school, we need to do it in a way that allows us to educate, and support them. So, they can adapt to the life of being a professional athlete. I don’t care if you are going to work for Target, Microsoft, or Google there is an adjustment, and they provide the resources to help you adjust. It is even more difficult in professional sports because you are traveling and you are with a limited group of players. So, with the new program that we are implementing it will also enable life skills and educational training. I think that is a necessity and the difference,” Cuban told me.

What do you think?

Written by Landon Buford

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