The Associated Press
Published Tuesday, October 22, 2019 9:27PM EDT
Last Updated Tuesday, October 22, 2019 9:32PM EDT
SAN FRANCISCO — California prosecutors say they won’t cost Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri for shoving a sheriff’s deputy after the NBA championship recreation last June.
The Alameda County district lawyer’s workplace introduced the choice Tuesday afternoon, when the Raptors have been in Toronto receiving their championship rings for defeating the Golden State Warriors.
The DA’s workplace says it met with Ujiri and his attorneys on Monday and determined the matter was higher dealt with “outside of the courtroom.”
Ujiri lawyer Robert Belas says his shopper is gratified.
The Raptors had received the title and Ujiri needed to hitch his celebrating crew on the courtroom, however he did not have correct credentials and an Alameda County deputy blocked his method.
Ujiri shoved the deputy, and a lawyer for the officer stated his shopper suffered a concussion.