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National Basketball Players Association executive director Billy Hunter signed a 5-year deal in 2010. One problem: It never got the proper player representative approval.
A review of the NBA's players' association found that executive director Billy Hunter did nothing illegal with union funds, but enough wrong that players should consider whether he should remain in his position.
The report revealed that Hunter's current contract was never properly approved and he failed to disclose that information to the NBPA's executive committee...
NBA players should consider whether they want to keep Billy Hunter as executive director of the players' association after a series of wrongdoings, according to a review of the union released Thursday.
The report found no evidence of illegal use of union funds, but revealed that Hunter withheld knowledge that his contract was never properly approved, used poor judgment with...
During the NBA lockout, there were whispers that Billy Hunter, the Director of the National Basketball Players Association, wasn’t really moving in the best interest of the players. At the end of the 2012 regular season, NBPA President, Derek Fisher requested an audit of the finances but was shot down by Hunter. Well it seems there was a good reason why Hunter didn’t want the...
Billy Hunter's five-year, $15 million contract extension in 2010 as executive director was never approved by player representatives.
Billy Hunter is planning on continuing as executive director of the NBPA despite several findings against him released in a report on Thursday.
After seventeen years, the days may be numbered on Billy Hunter‘s tenure with the NBPA. In other news, TNT NBA analyst Charles Barkley is headed back to the broadcast booth, and ESPN’s Brent Musburger denied [...]