One Bookmaker Is Actually Giving Odds For Next NBA Player To Get Caught With Burner Account

Last week Philadelphia 76ers president Bryan Colangelo was accused of using up to five burner Twitter accounts to criticize his own players, leak sensitive information, and defend his decisions—and his shirt collars. This week an investigation by the team concluded that his wife was actually the one behind four of the burner accounts. But Colangelo still resigned over all the irreparable damage that had been done.

This is not the first time the NBA has been rocked by a burner account scandal. Last September social media went into a frenzy when it was discovered that Kevin Durant used fake Twitter and Instagram accounts to argue with fans about leaving OKC.

Given how active NBA players are on social media, it’s only a matter of time before somebody else gets caught.
Now you can actually place a bet on who that will be.

Online sportsbook Bookmaker.eu is officially offering odds on the next player to get caught using a burner Twitter account. Take a look:

Lonzo Ball +2000

JR Smith +4000

Rajon Rondo +6000

Demarcus Cousins +7000

Kyrie Irving +7000

Carmelo Anthony +7000

Draymond Green +8000

Kawhi Leonard +8000

Damian Lillard +8000

Blake Griffin +9000

Anthony Davis +10000

Russ Westbrook +10000

Steph Curry +10000

Giannis Antetokounmpo +10000

No one gets caught -9000

I’m not sure why Lonzo Ball would even need a burner account when his dad is already talking shtt about everyone all the time. To get caught using a burner account, you need the right combination of pettiness and carelessness/stupidity. For that reason, I’d have Kyrie Irving as the favorite, followed by Draymond Green, DeMarcus Cousins, and J.R. “What’s The Score Again?” Smith.

As for executives, apparently Bookmaker.eu doesn’t care about them. But if LeBron leaves Cleveland again, I’d put the odds of Dan Gilbert getting caught at -10,000.

Hat Tip – [FTW]

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