Mark Cuban Is Donating A Ton Of Money To Women’s Groups For This Reason

Jena Greene | Reporter

Mark Cuban and the NBA are donating $10 million to a collection of women’s advancement groups after an investigation into the Dallas Mavericks revealed considerable workplace misconduct.

ESPN’s NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarowski‏ broke the story. He claims the seemingly extensive investigation revealed “serious workplace misconduct by former and current employees” and “improper or ineffective management.”

“Sources: After NBA investigation into workplace misconduct, Dallas owner Mark Cuban and the NBA have agreed that he’ll donate $10 million to organizations that promote women in leadership roles and combat domestic violence. NBA can only fine $2.5 million by rules,” he tweeted Wednesday afternoon.

Complaints about the Mavericks’ hostile work environment have been bubbling below the surface for several months now. An extensive expose published by Sports Illustrated in February alleged Mark Cuban allowed a “corrosive workplace culture.” (RELATED: WHAT A WITNESS SAW ON THE NIGHT MARK CUBAN ALLEGEDLY GROPED A WOMAN)

It’s not immediately clear how much Cuban knew about personally, or how long the situation had been going on for. It’s safe to bet, however, that the problems traveled far up the chain since the team is now required to change up the entire business end of their operations.

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