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Raptors' Ujiri won't be charged for shoving deputy


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Raptors‘ Ujiri won’t be charged for shoving deputy

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – California prosecutors introduced Tuesday that they gained’t cost Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri for shoving a sheriff’s deputy after the NBA championship-winning recreation in Oakland final June.

The Alameda County district lawyer’s workplace made the announcement when the Raptors have been in Toronto receiving their championship rings for defeating the Golden State Warriors.

The DA’s workplace mentioned it met with Ujiri and his attorneys on Monday and determined the matter was higher dealt with “outside of the courtroom.”

“I am extremely pleased with the decision,” Ujiri mentioned in an announcement issued via the crew from Toronto, the place the Raptors opened their 2019-20 common season in opposition to the New Orleans Pelicans.

“While these past months have been difficult waiting for a determination on this matter, I understand the nature of the process and am appreciative of the efforts of all involved,” Ujiri mentioned. “I am happy that this is now behind me and I look forward to the task of bringing another Championship to the City of Toronto.”



The Raptors had simply gained their first-ever title after taking Game 6 of the NBA finals at Oracle Arena on June 13 when Ujiri went onto the courtroom to hitch his celebrating crew.

A sheriff’s deputy stopped him as a result of Ujiri didn’t present the correct on-court credential, resulting in a shoving match that was partially captured on video.

Several bystanders intervened and Ujiri received onto the courtroom with out displaying any credentials.

An lawyer for the deputy contended that the deputy suffered a concussion. The Sheriff’s Office solely mentioned that he was positioned on medical go away. The workplace filed a report of misdemeanor battery with the district lawyer’s workplace.

An effort to contact a spokesman for the Sheriff’s Office on Tuesday was unsuccessful. Messages to the Deputy Sheriffs’ Association of Alameda County in search of remark from the deputy weren’t instantly returned.

Ujiri lawyer Robert Beles mentioned his shopper is gratified and mentioned the DA’s workplace performed an intensive investigation.

“It was definitely the right conclusion,” he mentioned, calling Ujiri “a decent human being and a good man.”

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