Kelly said the sheriff's office has spoken with the National Basketball Association and the league is aware of the investigation, but the sheriff's office has not yet spoken to the Raptors or Ujiri. Ray Kelly said in a telephone interview. "He shoved the deputy out of the way and walked toward the court". "He dismissed him. He shoved him away". "The president came forward more with a more significant push and ended up striking the deputy in the face".
Kelly said it wasn't an intentional punch, but the strike landed on the deputy's jaw and he complained of pain. At that point, we chose to cease and desist given that there were a lot of people on the court.
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The deputy, whom Kelly declined to name, was uninjured. Ujiri has not been charged.
After 10 years in the NBA, Ibaka finally has his first NBA title, and his cellys are nothing but a delight for Raptors fans.
"I'm going to enjoy this with my teammates and coaches and I'll think about that later", Leonard said.
Warriors guard Stephen Curry said on Thursday that did not mark the end of the road for the team, however, which came within a missed three-pointer from forcing a Game Seven in Toronto. There were multiple opportunities to produce the credential. As of Friday morning, the sheriff's office had not yet spoken to the Raptors or Ujiri.
Las Vegas Superbook has James' Los Angeles Lakers - who remain in hot pursuit of Anthony Davis - followed by the Milwaukee Bucks and L.A. Clippers, considered a prime contender to sign Kawhi Leonard.