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Okafor Issues Public Apology For Recent Incidents

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Because of ongoing investigations and potential legal ramifications, Jahlil Okafor has not answered specific questions about his off-court transgressions in Philadelphia and Boston. You can read about those here (Boston incident), here (Philadelphia incident), and here (speeding incident). This afternoon Okafor issued a general public apology for his actions through a series of tweets.

Okafor has not been suspended by the 76ers and will continue to play for the time being, including in tonight's game against the Memphis Grizzlies.