Miami-based rapper Pitbull loaned out his private plane to transport cancer patients off of hurricane ravaged Puerto Rico (reports CNBC), and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban loaned the team’s private plane to backup point guard J.J. Barea on Sept. 25 to transport food, water and supplies to Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria, according to ESPN. Barea, a native of Puerto Rico who has spent all but three years of his NBA career with the Mavericks, returned Sept. 26 night with his mother and grandmother. “They loaded up a bunch of stuff, supplies, et cetera, to take over to Puerto Rico, and they’re going to turn around and come back,” Mavericks head coach Rick Carlisle told ESPN during the team’s Media Day. “[Barea is] going to take his mom and grandmother back with him, and my understanding is his dad is going to stay over there and slug it out with all of the recovery efforts.” Barea set up a You Caring fundraise with his wife, Viviana Ortiz, to raise money for relief shortly after Hurricane Maria hit Puerto Rico. With a goal of raising $150,000, they barely raised $120,000 from 1,100 donors. Cuban said he was “really proud” of Barea for how quickly he got involved. Maria is the worst storm to hit Puerto Rico in nearly 90 years, causing as much as $85 billion in insured losses. Barea wasn’t able to get through to his parents until Sunday because of the