CHARLESTON, S.C. — New York Knicks coach Isiah Thomas said Wednesday his mind "never left basketball" throughout a three-week trial where he was found guilty of sexually harassing a former Knicks executive.
"Honestly, my head never left basketball. This is what I've done. This is what I do and this is what I think about the majority of the time," Thomas on the Knicks second day of training camp.
Thomas said a day after the verdict that he wasn't worried about losing his job and didn't even talk with the team about the trial before practice.
"We came back extremely focused," Thomas said. "I just wanted to make sure we stayed focused and keep the team moving.