This week, Sports Illustrated released a report about a culture of sexual harassment and abuse in the Dallas Mavericks organization. The report details allegations of a "corrosive work environment" rife with "with misogyny and predatory sexual behavior." In response, franchise owner Mark Cuban has vowed to revamp the corporate culture of the organization, and longtime star Dirk Nowitzki calls the allegations "heartbreaking." Julie DiCaro breaks down the fallout from the investigation.
Also, days after Russian curler Alexander Krushelnitsky was stripped of a bronze medal for testing positive for a banned substance, Russian bobsledder Nadezhda Sergeeva was reported to have failed a doping test. Patrick Hruby says this is a window into the futility of the war on drugs in sports.
And in college basketball news, Grand Canyon University has a shot at reaching the NCAA tournament. The success of GCU, Division I basketball's only for-profit institution, has some non-profit opponents upset about unfair competition. But Bill Littlefield says GCU might not be that different from big-name universities in the college sports industry.
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This segment aired on February 23, 2018.