As anniversaries go, this isn't one the Mavericks organization is likely to celebrate.
Acknowledge? Yes. Quietly commemorate it as a time for reflection? Absolutely.
No one can change the reality that last Sept. 19 was one of the most painful days in Mavericks history. But one year later, by all indications, the organization is mended if not healed.
"We've literally turned the corner," Mavericks CEO Cynthia Marshall says.
A year ago Thursday, ESPN viewers watched Mavericks owner Mark Cuban's at-times tearful response to a seven-month investigation that confirmed "numerous instances" of sexual harassment and other improper conduct within his franchise's business operations.