The Alameda County District Attorney's Office said it expected to look into the matter sometime next week.
"He also says investigators are gathering more footage - including surveillance video - while building their case against Ujiri".
The champagne isn't dry on the Raptors' NBA title and the Wizards are preparing to offer Toronto president of basketball operations Masai Ujiri a massive deal that could pay him close to $10 million a year with an opportunity for an ownership stake in the team, ESPN reported late Thursday, citing unidentified league sources.
Video published by NBC Bay Area's Kristofer Noceda shows Ujiri appear to shove an officer, which results in a chaotic moment where a man, who presumably works with the team, attempts to keep the officers from taking action against Ujiri.
Ujiri didn't have the credentials on him, Kelly said, adding that the former National Basketball Association executive of the year then allegedly pushed the deputy out of the way in an effort to get on the court.
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Criminalizing a Black man seems to be Police 101, and cops seemed to follow the script to a tee following the report that Ujiri was the victim.
"We would expect more from a team president". "Black man with an African accent.cop probably still doesn't believe it", wrote another. Ray Kelly, a spokesman for the sheriff's office, said.
That sounds pretty bad, but it may not be the final word on the story, as several witnesses have come to the defense of the Toronto Raptors' general manager. "That would just be gross negligence on the staff at Oracle to have not been prepared for that regardless!" one person fired back.