Isiah Returns To Practice, NBA Unlikey To Take Action



Knicks president and head coach Isiah Thomas was back on the practice court in Charleston, S.C., on Monday evening just six hours after he was found liable of sexual harassment in a New York.

According to a team spokesman, Thomas arrived late yesterday afternoon.

It's unlikely the verdict will affect the job status of Thomas, who just received an extension last season. Madison Square Garden officials sent out statements indicating that no changes were forthcoming, and the league isn't poised to act.

"Our policies do not encompass civil litigation," NBA vice president of basketball communications Tim Frank said.