Philadelphia 76ers general manager Bryan Colangelo speaks during a news conference at the NBA basketball team's practice facility in Camden, N.J: AP Photo/Matt Rourke.
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Philadelphia 76ers president of basketball operations Bryan Colangelo quit on Thursday after it emerged that his wife operated fake Twitter accounts to praise his work and criticize players, the team said.Colangelo's departure came after The Ringer news website said the executive had secretly operated five Twitter accounts under bogus identities and used them to take potshots at Sixers players and coaching staff.In a statement last week, Colangelo acknowledged using one anonymous Twitter account identified in The Ringer story but denied any link to the four other accounts.The firm said Bottini had admitted setting up the accounts and posting content.While the Twitter account acknowledged by Colangelo was only used to follow or monitor other users on the site, the four other accounts were used to post messages.
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