It's safe to say that Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban did not accept the apology of Clippers center DeAndre Jordan.

"Dear Mavs fans," Cuban wrote on Saturday, via his Cyber Dust app, "When is an apology not an apology? When you didn't write it yourself. Next."

Cuban had previously taken the high road while speaking at SMU on Thursday, when asked about his reaction to Jordan leaving the Mavericks high and drive and switching his commitment in favor of the Clippers on Wednesday night, the final night of free agency.

Then on Friday evening, DeAndre Jordan tweeted out what he considered an apology:

What Jordan had to say via social media meant nothing to Cuban and it should mean nothing to Mavs fans. You know what's easy to do? Tweet an apology after the fact.

You know what is difficult to do? Calling Cuban on Monday evening whenever Jordan went behind the Mavericks back to inform the Clippers he was wavering. Or how about allowing Cuban to come to your house and telling him man-to-man that the commitment had flipped? That is tough. That takes a man.