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Former NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter Files Suit Against Union, President Derek Fisher05 / 17 / 13
Former NBPA Exec Dir Billy Hunter sued the union and President Derek Fisher on Thursday “for defamation and breach of contract stemming from his dismissal,” according to Ken Berger of CBSSPORTS.com. The lawsuit, filed in California Superior Court in Oakland, alleges that Fisher and his p...
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