According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Sixers and Bryan Colangelo have agreed to part ways.
Philadelphia and Bryan Colangelo have agreed to part ways, league sources tell ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 7, 2018
The Sixers have yet to confirm this report.
Stay tuned. We’ll have more news and reaction as the story develops.
UPDATE (12:00 pm):
In the wake of the twitter burner account probe, Bryan Colangelo's departure in Philadelphia is expected to be described as a resignation, league source tells ESPN.— Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) June 7, 2018
UPDATE (12:04 pm): The Sixers have released a statement.
UPDATE (12:09 pm): Paul, Weiss (the law firm investigating the scandal) has concluded that Colangelo’s wife was responsible for the Twitter accounts. While Bryan was unaware, he acted carelessly with sensitive information.
The law firm of Paul/Weiss concluded that Colangelo’s wife was responsible. They concluded Colangelo himself was not responsible for those Twitter accounts. Did not conclude if he knew. But did find him careless & sometimes reckless with sensitive information. pic.twitter.com/OVnvfYVbtF— Amy Fadool Kane (@amyfadoolNBCS) June 7, 2018
UPDATE (12:12 pm): Jerry Colangelo, WHO BY THE WAY WORKS FOR THE TEAM, threatened to damage team relationships if Bryan was fired, according Kyle Neubeck.
Sources tell PhillyVoice: Part of delay in Sixers process was due to pressure from Jerry Colangelo, who threatened to damage team relationships in the event Bryan was fired. https://t.co/0dWUPPtgBz— Kyle Neubeck (@KyleNeubeck) June 7, 2018