We’re getting closer and closer to coming to some kind of resolution in the most bizarre scandal in the NBA this season. On Tuesday, a report dropped that suggested Sixers GM Bryan Colangelo was behind a handful of Twitter accounts that leaked information, some of it sensitive, and openly criticized players. The fine folks that make up Sixers Twitter participated in some sleuthing, which led to evidence that tied at least three of these burner Twitter accounts to Colangelo’s wife, Barbara Bottini.
But while the internet was doing its thing, Philadelphia announced it would do its own investigation into the allegations against the leader of its front office. It turns out the results of said investigation are expected come sometime soon, according to Keith Pompey of Philly.com.
As Pompey wrote, the results could drop as early as Friday, meaning we might not be in line for a mid-NBA Finals Game 1 news dump. Pompey also wrote that “some league sources expect Colangelo to lose his job,” while one NBA executive who remained anonymous said there’s only one path out for Colangelo.