In a report published by the Dallas Morning News, another former Mavericks employee created a hostile environment by watching porn at work. Chris Hyde, a senior account executive who was in charge of selling tickets for the team, became known as “Pants DJ” by his co-workers because of his tendency to “stare at pornographic images on his cell phone or computer. He'd also rub himself below his belt line” while sitting at his desk in the organization’s ticket sales office.

After speaking with seven current and former Mavericks employees, the Dallas Morning News discovered that Hyde has also shown photos he had taken of women “in lingerie, topless or naked” to his co-workers. He also once dropped a used condom onto the office floor. Mark Cuban gave Hyde a warning to stop looking at porn while in the office, however, he allegedly went on to exhibit the same type of behavior for six more years. Hyde left the Mavericks in 2014 after working there for 15 years.

This latest report creates an even darker cloud over the Mavericks organization which was rocked by a Sports Illustrated article in February that interviewed more than a dozen former and current female team employees who considered the franchise to be a hostile work environment. A number of sexual harassment allegations were made against former team president Terdema Ussery, as well as their website reporter Earl Sneed who was accused of sexual assault twice.