“I think most everyone in the
NBA players are expected to meet in Houston during All-Star weekend to determine Hunter's future with the union.
Hunter, who has headed the union since 1996, was placed on a leave of absence on Feb. 1 by the union's executive committee.
In an audit of union business practices, an independent law firm concluded that Hunter, while doing nothing illegal, hired family members, used more than $100,000 of union funds to give gifts to executive committee members, used $80,000 of union funds to evaluate an investment in a banking firm that had ties to his son and finalized a contract extension for himself that wasn't properly approved.
Hunter defended his record in an interview last week with
Redick is the Magic players' acting representative to the union.
His agent, Arn Tellem, one of the sport's most powerful agents, has called for Hunter's ouster.
Redick initially planned to attend the meeting in Houston, but it’s possible that Magic rookie