The Philadelphia 76ers may have a public relations crisis on their hands.
A bombshell investigation by Ben Detrick of The Ringer found five burner accounts that are believed to have been operated by 76ers general manager Bryan Colangelo.
Detrick explained that he received an anonymous tip about the accounts, and began to investigate. He eventually presented his findings to Colangelo, who admitted to operating one of the accounts - although he distanced himself from the other four.
Through those five accounts, Colangelo allegedly disseminated private information about players and lobbied media members to pursue certain narratives against his own players and rival executives. The accounts even repeatedly defended the size of Colangelo's famously oversized shirt collars.
Here's a summary of what Detrick reports that Colangelo said through his anonymous burner accounts: