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NBPA president Derek Fisher faces pressure to resign as rift with executive director Billy Hunter grows

The lengthy NBA lockout before this season exposed a troubling lack of organization and poor methods of information dissemination among the player ranks. And while players and league owners did eventually reach a resolution, the tension between National Basketball Players Association executive director Billy Hunter and union president Derek Fisher continues to fester. Read full article >>
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