Shortly after the Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors to win their first National Basketball Association title in franchise history, reports that Ujiri was involved in an altercation with a Sheriff's deputy began to surface.
NBC Sports Washington previously reported the Wizards' interest in Ujiri and Thursday night, ESPN reported the team was planning an offer of almost $10 million a year.
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Thursday's alleged incident occurred in the moments after the Raptors' NBA championship victory on the floor of Oracle Arena.
"Mr. Ujiri didn't produce them and pushed our deputy out of the way to gain access to the court", Kelly added.
"We were told to strictly enforce the credentialing policy and not allow anyone onto the court without a credential, so our deputies were doing that", Sgt.
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Ujiri still has two years left on his contract with the Raptors.
As of now this case appears to be far from closed, but there should be plenty of eye-witness accounts, along with this video footage, to help the authorities get to the bottom of this.
A video from NBC Bay Area appears to show bystanders holding an Alameda County Sheriff's deputy back and Ujiri standing off to the side. "Black man with an African accent.cop probably still doesn't believe it", wrote another.
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Not so surprising with Gretzky, who is the NHL's leading regular-season and playoff scorer. "Binnington's a beast. Louis favorite in Super Bowl XXXVI to complete a historic championship season. "They've been a historical team".
"It's such an incredible city, sports city, whether you're talking about us or the [Maple] Leafs or the Blue Jays or [Toronto FC], it's a great sports city and there's room for everybody", Ujiri said May 29. "But how can he not know who the opposing team's president is, especially knowing the possibility of an on court celebration of the Raptors win??"