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Hunter Using NBA All-Star Weekend As Platform To Save His Job
Published February 15, 2013
Meanwhile, Wasserman Media Group’s Arn Tellem, who has been vocal calling for Hunter’s ouster, speculated on the timetable for replacing Hunter should his contract be terminated this weekend. Tellem said, “The search for a new director need not be quick, nor should it be a popularity contest. To make the best possible choice, patience is required. Ideally, the process would extend through the summer so that the candidate or candidates can meet with key players during the offseason” (Liz Mullen, Staff Writer).