Last month, a devastating report from Sports Illustrated dropped the #MeToo movement squarely in the laps of the NBA, the Dallas Mavericks and owner Mark Cuban. The story was based on accusations by former and current Mavericks employees, many of whom were women who requested not to be identified, and events already on the record. Cuban, […]
"In 2011, Portland Police Investigated a Sexual Assault Complaint Against Billionaire Mark Cuban. He Wasn’t Charged. Here’s What Happened/WW has obtained the transcript of a Portland Police detective's interview with Cuban. 'Oh my Lord,' Cuban said. Show More Summary
Shark Tank star and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is denying a 2011 sexual assault allegation detailed this week in an Oregon newspaper. “It didn’t happen,” Cuban said in a terse email to the Associated Press. The allegation, detailed...Show More Summary
The NBA says it is reviewing 2011 allegations of sexual assault against Mark Cuban.
DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban is denying a 2011 allegation of sexual assault after a weekly alternative newspaper in Oregon published details of a case that prosecutors didn't pursue, saying they didn't believe there was evidence to support the claim.
League says it's looking into 2011 allegations against Mavericks owner and decision not to pursue case.
Will the Mavericks follow Mark Cuban's wishes and start losing?
Owner Mark Cuban admits the Mavericks did not handle allegations properly.
He accepted full responsibility for one allegation but remained conspicuously silent on another.
Cuban has had multiple interviews since the investigative report on the organization surfaced on Tuesday
While the NBA plans to “closely monitor” the independent investigation commissioned by the Dallas Mavericks and owner Mark Cuban into the team’s handling of domestic violence incidents, the player who has been with the team for 20 years says he was “disgusted” by what he describes as a “heartbreaking” situation. “I was shocked by some […]
How is it taking this long?
Cuban said he was unaware of the allegations of sexual harassment.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was under fire Wednesday after Sports Illustrated reported that the Mavs workplace was hostile and corrosive. Writes SI, “Interviews with more than a dozen former and current Mavericks employees in different departments, conducted during a...
How much responsibility should Mark Cuban take in the wake of Tuesday's revelations?
Mark Cuban denies having knowledge of reported misogynistic behavior within Mavs, vows to get it fixed The Mavericks, in response to a Tuesday report from Sports Illustrated about inappropriate conduct in the workplace, issued a statement acknowledging some of the allegations. … in the years...
Sports Illustrated‘s bombshell story Tuesday night on the Dallas Mavericks’ “corrosive workplace culture” included allegations of serial sexual harassment against former team president Terdema Ussery, plus discussion of how the Mavericks kept employing Mavs.com beat writer Earl K. Show More Summary
The Mavericks had already announced an investigation into accusations of misconduct by a former team president when the team’s owner was fined for admitting losing on purpose.
Last year, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver gave Mavericks owner Mark Cuban a mulligan. This year, Silver fined Cuban more than a half a million. The NBA has announced that Silver has fined Cuban $600,000 for his latest round of comments admitting to a tanking campaign lasting more than a year. Cuban admitted to tanking a [more]