Masai Ujiri is the President of Basketball Operations for the defending NBA Champion Toronto Raptors. He was stopped by a police officer when he attempted to enter the court after the Raptors celebrated their title. Ujiri wants to use his experience plus the much more series events that happened to George Floyd, to create change by initiating conversation within all NBA organizations.
Ujiri says that racism in any sense should not be tolerated and that teams should have conversations soon to resolve any possible issues until it is eliminated.
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