Sometimes when you win, you really lose. 

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office confirmed that it is pursuing a misdemeanor complaint against Ujiri for battery of a police officer.

Via USA Today

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office confirmed Friday morning it is pursuing a misdemeanor complaint against Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri for battery of a police officer after an altercation following Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night, a spokesman for the department told USA TODAY Sports. 

“We were told to strictly enforce the credentialing policy and not allow anyone onto the court without a credential, so our deputies were doing that,” Sgt. Ray Kelly, a spokesman for the sheriff’s office, said. “Our deputy contacted Mr. Masai Ujiri as he attempted to walk onto the court. He had no credential displayed, and our deputy asked for his credential.

“Mr. Ujiri didn’t produce them and pushed our deputy out of the way to gain access to the court. At that point our deputy tried to stop him and pushed him backward and then Mr. Ujiri came back with a second shove, a more significant push that, with his forward momentum, his arm struck our deputy in the face.

“At that point our deputy pushed Mr. Ujiri away again and some NBA security people and others intervened and he ended up walking onto the court.”

A Raptors spokesperson said that the team is aware of the situation but had no further comment at the time.

ESPN reported after the game that the Washington Wizards are preparing to offer Ujiri, who has two years remaining on his contract with the Raptors, a lucrative deal to run the team’s basketball operations while also giving him the opportunity for ownership equity.

He should have an extremely busy offseason dealing with a lot of stuff.  

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