Report: 76ers believe Colangelo had no knowledge of Twitter accounts
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There is a general belief inside the Philadelphia 76ers organization that president Bryan Colangelo had no knowledge of the Twitter accounts used to criticize some of the team's players and others, a source told NBC Sports Philadelphia's John Clark.

As a result, the organization is still trying to decide if it can go forward with Colangelo in an executive capacity in the wake of the fiasco, according to Clark.

Colangelo reportedly attended Sixers' predraft workouts on Wednesday, hours after a report indicated a decision on his future with the team could come imminently. Team executives met Tuesday to discuss Colangelo, his wife Barbara Bottini, and their connection to five Twitter accounts used to pass along inside information on the franchise and criticize people around the league.

Bottini has reportedly been a focus of the 76ers' investigation since last week. Various Twitter observers have made connections between the five accounts' follow lists, which include people associated with the Toronto high school the Colangelos' son attended.

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