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Jury Rules Isiah Thomas Harassed Female Exec

Isiah Thomas attends the 8th annual Knicks Bowl fundraiser in March 2007. Peter Kramer, Getty Images hide caption

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News Headlines: Oct. 2, 2007
SI.com: Jury Decides Against Isiah, Knicks — "A jury decided Tuesday that New York Knicks coach Isiah Thomas sexually harassed a former top team executive, subjecting her to unwanted advances and a barrage of verbal insults, but also said he does not have to pay punitive damages."

On today's show, Sports Illustrated writer Chris Mannix offered an update on the case.

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