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NBPA Holds Conference Calls On Probe Of Its Business Practices
Published September 21, 2012
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A source said that Fisher is still president and was on the conference calls last night. Despite the fact that Fisher and NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter are at odds, the calls were not contentious, the source said. Paul Weiss is expected to report to the player leadership the results of its review in the next several weeks. Players on the call were also given an update about a new annuity that is being created for retired players, under the new NBA CBA.