- An agreed $10 million will be donated to various relevant charities by Cuban.
- The NBA will allow Cuban to remain owner of the Mavericks with no further penalty for this.
- Cuban has tried his best to officially apologize to all relevant parties.
Very few, if any, people felt that Cuban himself was responsible in any way further than "The Buck Stops Here" -- and that was also the NBA's eventual conclusion.
Cuban has, according to reports, instituted reforms to ensure this doesn't happen again.
Cynthia Marshall was named CEO after the SI report, and spent the next 100 days cleaning house. The head of human resources was also immediately fired after the report.
I'm of two minds.
First mind is that the league was correct: Cuban did not take part (though there were some later reports that he might've done other things) in any of this.
Second mind, though, is that the culture was so repulsive to women working with the team that he still needed to be more responsible.
To give an idea: The CEO, head of ethics, vice-president of human resources, and other executive positions are now all headed by women.
A forced sale of the team was never discussed or considered.
Not saying this action solely would've resulted in one, but I'm still not sure he's out of the woods just yet.