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Daryl Morey says he doesn’t have burner accounts

Daryl Morey

Daryl Morey is one of the more active general managers in the NBA when it comes Twitter activity, but the Houston Rockets executive wanted to make it clear that he doesn’t have any burner accounts.

This comes on the heels of The Ringer’s report that the Philadelphia 76ers’ Bryan Colangelo had five burner accounts that he used to bash his own players, among other things.

The Sixers confirmed that one of the burner accounts was his, but he has denied the other four. The Sixers also opened up a full-scale investigation into the story, and if the report turns out to be true, it’s probably going to be hard for Colangelo to keep his job.

On Tuesday night when the report came out, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, and Morey had a little fun on Twitter, at the expense of Colangelo and the Sixers.

Cyber Dust is the social media company that Cuban started that advertises itself as a safer place to text. According to the description on the Google Play store:

Dust combines the EASE of a text with the SAFETY of a private phone call.
Messages on Dust can never be recovered. Unlike standard text messaging where everything you say is stored on phones or servers, Dust conversations are heavily encrypted and not accessible by anyone, not even us.
You can even erase YOUR messages off THEIR phone. No records, no worry.

It does seem kind of ironic that during this whole issue with burner accounts, Cuban owns an app meant to hide something.

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