Mark Cuban has received a $25,000 fine from the NBA for publicly confirming the Dallas Mavericks' deals with DeAndre Jordan and Wesley Matthews.

Teams and players are allowed to strike verbal agreements on new contracts during the league's annual moratorium period in early July while the league's salary cap and luxury tax figures are being calculated for the coming season, but team officials are not allowed to openly discuss those deals.

Cuban addressed both signings via his Cyber Dust app and did multiple interviews last Friday after Jordan verbally agreed to join the Mavericks on a four-year max deal worth in excess of $80 million.

Cuban received nearly $2 million in fines during the tenure of David Stern.