Bryan Colangelo statement vs #Sixers: While I am grateful that the independent investigation conducted by the 76ers has confirmed that I had no knowledge of or involvement in the Twitter activity conducted by my wife, I vigorously dispute the allegation that my conduct was in any way reckless. At no point did I ever purposefully or directly share any sensitive, non-public, club-related information with her. Her actions were a seriously misguided effort to publicly defend and support me, and while I recognize how inappropriate these actions were, she acted independently and witho. my knowledge or consent. Further, the content she shared was filled with inaccuracies and conjecture which in no way represent my own views or opinions. While this was obviously a mistake, we are a family and we will work through this together. – via  TomMoorePhilly
The Philadelphia 76ers and team president and general manager Bryan Colangelo have agreed to part ways, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

Sixers believe Bryan Colangelo had no knowledge of Twitter accounts, source says

While the Sixers’ investigation into president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo’s Twitter fiasco is ongoing, the general belief within the Sixers’ organization is that they believe Bryan Colangelo’s assertion he had no knowledge of the Twitter accounts, did not send the messages or had known the messages were being sent, according to a source. – via nbcsports


June 4th, 2018 updates 


June 1st, 2018 Updates
Matt Carey: Woj says Colangelo is making the case to the team that he didn’t know about his wife’s tweets. – via Twitter
Matt Carey: “He’s in a fight for his job and that may continue through the weekend,” Woj, just now on SportsCenter. – via Twitter
The Philadelphia 76ers’ independent investigation into president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo and his alleged link to anonymous Twitter accounts could wrap up as early as today, two people with knowledge of the situation told USA TODAY Sports. – via USA Today Sports


May 31st, 2018 Updates
As a Philadelphia 76ers internal probe into anonymous Twitter accounts has become increasingly focused on the wife of President of Basketball Operations Bryan Colangelo, franchise ownership is seriously considering Colangelo’s dismissal, league sources told ESPN. – via ESPN
NBA commissioner Adam Silver said Thursday he has been in touch with the Philadelphia 76ers regarding the team’s investigation of team executive Bryan Colangelo’s social media activity. “The notion here was let’s find out what’s going on,” Silver said. “You have to separate sort of the chatter and sort of what either fans or, frankly, the media are saying from the facts. And the first thing we have to do here is determine what the actual facts are in this circumstance.” – via ESPN