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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban addressed the media Friday night, saying no decision has been made in regards to guard Delonte West’s future with the team after being suspended for the second time in 10 days.

West has been suspended twice in the last two weeks for conduct detrimental to the team.

''The best way to sum it up is no decisions have been made one way or the other,'' Cuban said.

The Mavericks first hit West with a suspension following a post-game locker-room tirade on Oct. 15, but that suspension lasted less than 24 hours.

West sent out a series of tweets Thursday night after the team announced the latest suspension that raised questions about whether the guard would be back this time.

''There's been no decision to waive him or anything like that,'' Cuban said. ''It could go either way. I haven't made any decisions.''

West was a key player for Dallas off the bench last season, even starting 33 games, before being sidelined by a broken finger.