Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Knicks owner and MSG chairman James Dolan and his band, JD and the Straight Shot, played a song on Fox 5 on Thursday called "I Should Have Known." Dolan said the song was about friends he knew, including Harvey Weinstein "and others", who were said to have sexually assaulted or abused women. "What did I miss?" he said. The Fox 5 crew asked Jim Dolan about Harvey Weinstein, which was the right question. It would have been interesting to hear Dolan's answer if they'd asked about a jury ruling that MSG had to pay $11.6 million to Anucha Browne-Sanders in a 2007 sexual harassment suit. My guess is Dolan would have echoed a statement that MSG put out in 2015 about the suit: "We did not believe the allegations then, and we don't believe them now," the statement read. "We feel strongly that (then Knicks president) Isiah Thomas was held responsible for sordid allegations that were completely unrelated to him, and for which MSG bore responsibility. In fact, when given the opportunity, the jury did not find Isiah liable for punitive damages, confirming he did not act maliciously or in bad faith."