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'This isn't just about three bad actors': The key points of the Mavs sexual harassment investigation and what happens now

Editor's note: This story has been updated. 
Results of a seven-month investigation released on Wednesday confirmed "numerous instances of sexual harassment and other improper workplace conduct" in the Dallas Mavericks organization spanning more than 20 years.
The investigation, detailed in a 43-page report by investigators Anne Milgram and Evan Krutoy, essentially corroborated and expanded upon accounts brought to light in a Feb. 20 Sports Illustrated story and further detailed through reporting by The Dallas Morning News.
The investigation did not directly implicate Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, but cited several "significant errors of judgment." Cuban, due to what the investigation and the NBA termed "institutional and other failures," agreed to contribute $10 million to organizations committed to supporting the leadership and development of women and combating domestic violence.
The Mavericks organization was not levied any basketball-related penalties. Training camp starts Saturday for a much-anticipated 2018-19 season with rookie Luka Doncic and free-agent-signee center DeAndre Jordan.

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