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Cuban Rolls Out Red Carpet In Indy

Mavericks Owner Throws Super Bowl Party



    Cuban Rolls Out Red Carpet In Indy
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    Only NBC 5's Matt Barrie can corner Mavericks' Owner Mark Cuban at his Super Bowl Party.

    One of the hottest tickets in town that didn't revolve the game was under the tent, where the red carpet was swapped for the blue at the DirecTV HDNet party, thrown by Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban.

    "The people, just a great people watching scene," Cuban said about Super Bowl week. "And it's fun. Everybody's coming in to town so you get to see people you haven't seen in a long time, which makes it fun."

    "My favorite part is seeing the different cities and getting to meet the people from the cities," actor David Arquette said. "I love Dallas. That was really amazing, really fun. Wonderful people as well."

    "It's fun to roll, it's fun to be part of the circus," said actor Chris Meloni, formerly of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. "But I'm a football fan. I like the game. I get really hyped up about the game."

    NBC 5's Matt Barrie caught up with Buffalo Bills player David Nelson, who handed his girlfriend a football during the Bills-Cowboys match-up last season.  His girlfriend is a Cowboys Cheerleader.

    "I think it got more attention in Dallas than it did in Buffalo," Nelson said. "I think she got more flack from it than I did. But I think when Jerry [Jones] came out  and said it was 'okay', I think some of the fans fell off of it. It was all fun. I'm still enjoying it and its still something that we still relive today."