Investigators that were working for the Sacramento Kings and the NBA have determined that there was “not a sufficient basis” to support the allegations against head coach Luke Walton.

The allegations came from Kelli Tennant who accused the former Los Angeles Lakers head coach of sexual assault back in April of this year.

According to the investigators, who released a statement on Friday, said they tried to interview Tennant, but she declined. Tennant is a former Spectrum SportsNet reporter. In here civil lawsuit she claimed Walton sexually assaulted here in a hotel room in Santa Monica, California while he was an assistant coach with the Golden State Warriors.

There was no specified date in her suit, but Walton joined the Warriors in 2014 and remained with the team as an assistant coach until April 2016 when he became the head coach for the Lakers.

After the findings were disclosed, Walton released a brief statement.

"I am 100 percent focused on coaching the Sacramento Kings, and energized to work with this incredible group of players and coaches as we start the preseason. I will have no further comment," he said, according to The Athletic.

The league and Kings have stated that they believe this matter is now closed “unless new evidence becomes available” in the future.