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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Dan Wasserman
The NBA players' association will keep doubting the league's financial losses, because it made inaccurate projections before.
The NBA players' association will keep doubting the league's financial losses, since it made inaccurate projections before.
Union spokesman Dan Wasserman said Hunter had no comment on the letter or the dismissals.
However, union spokesman Dan Wasserman said the league has never presented a dollar figure that would go with the bonus pool.