Mavericks' owner Mark Cuban could be more of a viable suitor than initially believed as the sale of the Cubs heads towards a possible resolution, according to The Chicago Sun-Times. "They're all viable until the league tells us they're not," said Cubs' chairman Crane Kenney, who is heading owner Sam Zell's efforts to sell. "[Cuban] owns a professional basketball team, right? Somebody thought he was a suitable owner of a professional team. But it's not my job to say who's viable and who isn't." Cuban recently suggested that his fellow NBA owners should try to help his cause rather than hurt it.