Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri was reportedly involved in a legal dispute with a California sheriff's deputy after the team defeated the Golden State Warriors in Game 6 on Thursday night, leaving Alameda County sheriff's deputy behind and Ujiri standing guard Page. Later in the video, Raptor's Guard Kyle pulls Lowry Ujiri into the field to celebrate with the team that has just won his first NBA championship. The face of a man who is believed to be Ujiri, said the office of the Sheriffs in Alameda County. The police officer refused to allow the president of the team to enter the court because, according to the NBC Bay Area, he did not have the necessary ID.
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"[The deputy] did not know who the man was and asked for the ID card, and then he tried to crowd past our deputy, and our deputy did pushed him back, and there was another blow that struck our deputy in the face, "said Alameda County Sherriff office spokesman Sgt. Ray Kelly told the San Francisco Chronicle. "At this time, several bystanders intervened, and the executive eventually returned to court without showing any identity."
Kelly added, "It's not like we're chasing him, he had the right to be there, but he did not follow the eligibility rules."
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