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Derek Fisher Reportedly Asked to Resign As NBPA President

A potential war is brewing between the two biggest powers in the National Basketball Players Association. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports is reporting that NBPA excusive director Billy Hunter wants five-time NBA champion Derek Fisher out as president: With Billy Hunter pushing, the NBPA Executive Committee has called for Derek Fisher's resignation as president, sources tell Y! Sports.
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