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Jerry Stackhouse The Latest Player To Say NBPA Needs To Clean House
Published February 8, 2013
MISSING THE BIGGER ISSUES? YAHOO SPORTS' Kelly Dwyer noted Lakers G Kobe Bryant also spoke out against Hunter earlier in the week, but neither he nor Stackhouse "mentioned the most serious charges behind Hunter's recent tenure," as the allegations of "questionable business practices, misuse of funds and nepotism are significant." Dwyer: "We don't doubt that they consider the allegations to be severe ... but neither player deigned to mention them. ... Neither questioned, on record at least, where all the cash went" (SPORTS.YAHOO.com, 2/7).