Mark Cuban Apologizes to Trayvon Martin's Family

On Wednesday, Mark Cuban said he would cross the street if he saw a "black kid in a hoodie at night on the same side of the street" or a "white guy with a shaved head and lots of tattoos" late at night. On Thursday, he was criticized for being honest, but those like ESPN's Stephen A. Smith said Cuban was correct and his critics should "grow up." On Thursday afternoon, Cuban apologized to Trayvon Martin's family for using the "hoodie" example but stood "by the words and the substance of the interview." See his tweets below: 


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