His father, Jerry Colangelo, now works for the team in an advisory role to ownership.
"We're going to do our best to find the absolute best GM and moving forward the absolute best leader of this basketball organization", Harris said.
"Over the last two years, I have worked hard to help build a foundation for what I hope will soon be many championship seasons for the 76ers".
The Sixers will reportedly come to a decision later today on their general manager in order to prepare themselves the best way they can for what could be a busy offseason for them as they have significant salary cap space that they could use to lure marquee free agents this summer.
"At no point did I ever purposefully or directly share any sensitive, non-public, club-related information with her".
The story was originally reported by The Ringer, which found several accounts that could be plausibly linked to Colangelo.
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Colangelo, however, is in jeopardy of losing his job after last week's allegations from a sports and entertainment website, The Ringer, that he was connected to five anonymous Twitter accounts that revealed sensitive team information and criticized players and coach Brett Brown.
The firm could not conclude if Colangelo was aware of the Twitter accounts.
Colangelo previously acknowledged using one of the accounts to monitor the National Basketball Association industry and other current events but said he wasn't familiar with the four others that were being operated by his wife. "That would just be insane", he wrote.
Colangelo worked in the Suns' front office beginning in 1991 and took over as general manager in 1995, serving in that regard until 2006.
Mr. Colangelo's replacement has not been determined. One of the Twitter accounts in question took shots at Raptors president Masai Ujiri.
Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.