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February 28th, 2014
01:41 PM ET

Mark Cuban becomes a billionaire: "I was literally naked in front of my computer when it crossed the line"

His net worth is in excess of two billion dollars. He owns a basketball team, is on television every week and only wears a suit if it's a "damned good reason."

Well, apparently joining "Piers Morgan Live" for an hour-long interview isn't enough incentive for Mark Cuban to wear a suit and tie. But just because the Dallas Mavericks owner wasn't able to channel his inner Justin Timberlake, that doesn't mean he wasn't rather colorful during his visit with Piers Morgan.

"I remember the second it happened because, I was working at home in the morning, and watching the stock, because we were getting close," he explains, recalling the day he became a 10-figure man. "And I was literally naked in front of my computer when it crossed the line, and I was a billionaire."

Digging into his collection of customary questions, Morgan then asks the 55-year-old mogul to compare two of most men's top fantasies: beautiful women, and a bucket full of dough.

"If I could say to you, okay Mark Cuban, I can let you relive the best sex you've ever had in your life, or that moment, when you're naked in front of your computer, watching yourself become a billionaire, which one would you take?"

Cuban waits roughly a fraction of a second before responding.

"I'm taking the naked in front of the computer, every time! Because with that billion dollars, I could buy all the great sex I could ever want at the time."

For more of Morgan's conversation with Cuban, including such topics as technology, gun safety, and what he carries in his wallet, tune to CNN at 9p.
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