— Mark Cuban (@mcuban) March 17, 2013
Add Dallas Mavericks owner and businessman Mark Cuban to the list of folks who are skeptical when it comes to content on Bleacher Report.
And while the sports websites has made strides towards improving their credibility by hiring writers you’ve actually heard of, they are still the king of the pointless slideshows.
This hasn’t stopped the LATimes.com from featuring Bleacher Report content on their website.
I know I can’t be the only person who has gone to LATimes.com and clicked on a story, only to discover that it wasn’t content from their website but from Bleacher Report.
And by content, I mean a list, slideshow, or article dripping of sensationalism.
Glad to know I wasn’t the only person turned off by that partnership.
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