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  • bertarapsfan wrote: View Post
    Remember when OKC was offering P.G for pascal, fvv and picks plus a salary match? Haha Haha I thought that was bad at the time and looking back I think masai only entertained offers to make sure the clips got fleeced
    Masai not blinking there was huge. Lesser executives would get tunnel vision and pull the trigger.
    "We're playing in a building." -- Kawhi Leonard

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    • S.R. wrote: View Post

      Masai not blinking there was huge. Lesser executives would get tunnel vision and pull the trigger.
      Yeppppppppppppp

      I was almost like "should they hav done it???" at the time so ya takes an experienced leader 2 kno that wasn't 4 them and shows he rly trusts the players he's already got ig!!!

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      • Sign the petition to have this deputy fired in disgrace:
        http://chng.it/7h7XnQwvgS

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        • I think this should be right at the Top of the forum..I believe in Masai.
          He has 2 sign,first Nurse,than Bobby..than Masai..
          It is imperative that he is Back,this franchise would go back backwards,if he decides not come back.
          This would be way worse than Kawli leaving,I mean million times,for me..
          "Never apologize for coming to me. Office hours are for patients.
          My kitchen is always open to friends"

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          • https://www.sportsnet.ca/nba/article...-counterclaim/

            OAKLAND, Calif. — Lawyers for an American law enforcement officer have filed a motion to dismiss a counterclaim to a lawsuit from Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri in the aftermath of an altercation at last year’s NBA Finals.

            In filings to the United States District Court in California on Monday, Alameda County sheriff’s deputy Alan Strickland’s legal team says it will ask for a dismissal.

            A Zoom hearing is scheduled for Nov. 17.

            The dispute came as Ujiri tried to get on the court after the Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors to capture the NBA title last June.

            The Raptors have said that a video released with the countersuit proves Ujiri wasn’t the aggressor in the dispute.

            The footage appears to show Strickland using his arm to stop Ujiri from getting to the court. As Ujiri tries to walk by, Strickland shoves Ujiri before the two appear to exchange words.

            The video shows Strickland shoving Ujiri again, leading to Ujiri pushing Strickland back.

            In the most recent documents, Strickland’s lawyers said he would have risked Ujiri “potentially committing any number of possibly serious crimes” if the deputy had not employed force.

            The document says because it was a high-profile sporting event, there is a risk of crime. It lists examples including the 1993 stabbing of tennis star Monica Seles, the killing of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics and the 2004 NBA brawl between the Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers.

            The document alleges Ujiri did not co-operate with officials.

            “But just as Mr. Ujiri had completely ignored the private security official, he completely ignored Deputy Strickland’s words, gesture, and attempt at gentle physical guidance,” the document says.

            Previously, Strickland’s legal team alleged Ujiri’s counterclaim is driven by race and a bias against law enforcement.

            The Raptors did not immediately respond for comment.

            None of the allegations have been proven in court.

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            • G__Deane wrote: View Post
              https://www.sportsnet.ca/nba/article...-counterclaim/

              OAKLAND, Calif. — Lawyers for an American law enforcement officer have filed a motion to dismiss a counterclaim to a lawsuit from Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri in the aftermath of an altercation at last year’s NBA Finals.

              In filings to the United States District Court in California on Monday, Alameda County sheriff’s deputy Alan Strickland’s legal team says it will ask for a dismissal.

              A Zoom hearing is scheduled for Nov. 17.

              The dispute came as Ujiri tried to get on the court after the Raptors beat the Golden State Warriors to capture the NBA title last June.

              The Raptors have said that a video released with the countersuit proves Ujiri wasn’t the aggressor in the dispute.

              The footage appears to show Strickland using his arm to stop Ujiri from getting to the court. As Ujiri tries to walk by, Strickland shoves Ujiri before the two appear to exchange words.

              The video shows Strickland shoving Ujiri again, leading to Ujiri pushing Strickland back.

              In the most recent documents, Strickland’s lawyers said he would have risked Ujiri “potentially committing any number of possibly serious crimes” if the deputy had not employed force.

              The document says because it was a high-profile sporting event, there is a risk of crime. It lists examples including the 1993 stabbing of tennis star Monica Seles, the killing of Israeli athletes at the 1972 Munich Olympics and the 2004 NBA brawl between the Detroit Pistons and Indiana Pacers.

              The document alleges Ujiri did not co-operate with officials.

              “But just as Mr. Ujiri had completely ignored the private security official, he completely ignored Deputy Strickland’s words, gesture, and attempt at gentle physical guidance,” the document says.

              Previously, Strickland’s legal team alleged Ujiri’s counterclaim is driven by race and a bias against law enforcement.

              The Raptors did not immediately respond for comment.

              None of the allegations have been proven in court.
              Gentle physical guidance in order to stop a terrorist from committing an act of mass violence. Very nice.

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              • What an asshole.
                Mamba Mentality

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                • Ujiri walked by the wrong cop. My auntie gently bumped the car in front of her, like im talking 2 km/hour, and dealt with invisible neck and back pain and emotional distress etc. It was a non stop nightmare for multiple years.

                  some people are just begging for an incident/payday.
                  It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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                  • Cuntlands legal team is milking him of his money. That clueless fuck doesn't understand that he has no case in this, especially with video evidence now in.
                    Official Pope of the Raptors sponsored by MLSE.

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                    • RandomGuy wrote: View Post
                      Cuntlands legal team is milking him of his money. That clueless fuck doesn't understand that he has no case in this, especially with video evidence now in.
                      You can file frivolous lawsuits on contingency in the US. Keeps slimy lawyers busy, harassing juicy targets without the clients having to pay anything.

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                      • Doubling down on the idiocy and hate:

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                        • Apollo wrote: View Post
                          Doubling down on the idiocy and hate:
                          I think that's a legit reason to use this as evidence against him and his legal team as an obvious case of racism based profiling.
                          Last edited by RandomGuy; Wed Oct 14, 2020, 07:09 AM.
                          Official Pope of the Raptors sponsored by MLSE.

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                          • (invalid) credentials - that's new

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                            • That's clearly a corrupt PD from the top down. Pile of assholes. They've had a lot of claims filed against them. Beatings on camera. Have a sheriff making something like $600k a year and keeps getting 're-elected' bc of the union. Wanted to buy a drone for public surveillance. Lots of local news about the problems with the sherrif's office. When people talk about systemic policing issues, they're talking about departments just like this one. It's not one or two bad cops, it's the whole thing.
                              "We're playing in a building." -- Kawhi Leonard

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                              • G__Deane wrote: View Post
                                (invalid) credentials - that's new
                                Fake ID.

                                It's Klaw Season. Time to hunt.

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