Report: Mark Cuban Donating $10M to Charity After NBA Found Workplace Misconduct

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The NBA has reportedly completed its investigation into the Dallas Mavericks following allegations of a hostile work environment, sexual harassment and domestic violence. 

Per ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski, Mavericks owner Mark Cuban will donate $10 million to organizations that promote women in leadership roles and combat domestic violence after the NBA found “serious workplace misconduct by former and current employees” and “improper or ineffective management.”

Wojnarowski added the Mavs are also required to implement NBA-mandated sanctions, including changing reporting, staffing and policy to improve workplace culture. 

Per The Athletic’s Shams Charania, the Mavericks are required to provide the NBA with quarterly reports, report any significant employee misconduct to the league, enhance training and implement programs to combat workplace misconduct.

Appearing on ESPN’s The Jump, Cuban apologized to the women

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