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76ers President Of Basketball Operations Has Multiple Burner Twitter Accounts Where He Bashes Players, Coaches, and Staff

After months of investigation the website The Ringer has finally came to a conculsion recarding the 76ers President Of Basketball Operations and his burner Twitter accounts. This comes after NBA Star Kevin Durant’s trouble with his burner account.




 

The accounts posted as recent of last week and in has criticized players like Jahlil Okafor and Markelle Fultz, coach Brett Brown and executives such as Sam Hinkie.

The tweets disclosed nonpublic medical information about Okafor and gossip about Embiid and Fultz. The accounts always defended Colangelo.




 

Throughout this post majority of his comes from The Ringer.

According to The Ringer the five account followed media members, Sixers employees, and NBA agents but never tweets (its handle is @phila1234567, and it has no account name), and four that have posted tweets or replied to other users.

Of those, one was active between April 2016 and May 2017 (its account name is Eric jr, and its handle is @AlVic40117560), two were active within the past five months (HonestAbe / @Honesta34197118 and Enoughunkownsources / @Enoughunkownso1), and one was posting several times a day (Still Balling / @s_bonhams) and as recently as last week.

The teams pushed a statement from Colangelo:




 

Like many of my colleagues in sports, I have used social media as a means to keep up with the news. While I have never posted anything whatsoever on social media, I have used the @Phila1234567 Twitter account referenced in this story to monitor our industry and other current events. This storyline is disturbing to me on many levels, as I am not familiar with any of the other accounts that have been brought to my attention, nor do I know who is behind them or what their motives may be in using them.




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