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Video appears to show deputy first shoved Raptors president
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) A new video released by the attorneys of Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri appears to show an Alameda County sheriff's deputy initially shoved him twice leading to an altercation moments after his team had defeated the Golden State Warriors in last year's NBA championship.
The Raptors had just won their first title at Oracle Arena in Oakland on June 13, 2019, when Ujiri went onto the court to join his celebrating team.
Alameda County sheriff's deputy Alan Strickland claimed in a federal lawsuit filed in February that he stopped Ujiri because he didn't provide the proper credential, leading to a shoving match that was partially captured on video. Strickland alleged Ujiri hit him "in the face and chest with both fists," tried to go around him and repeatedly ignored orders to stop.MORE
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