Man Ordered To Stay Away From Ayesha Curry After TV CommentA Toronto Raptors fan who made a vulgar comment on live television about Ayesha Curry, the wife of Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry, has been ordered to stay away from her and the reporter to whom he made the comment.
Raptors President Ujiri Won't Be Charged For Shoving Deputy At Oracle ArenaThe Alameda County district attorney's office says it won't charge Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri for shoving a sheriff's deputy after the NBA championship game last June.
Oakland DA Still Undecided On Whether To Charge Toronto Raptors PresidentMore than two months after Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri allegedly pushed a sheriff's deputy and struck him in the face at Oracle Arena in Oakland, the Alameda County District Attorney's Office still hasn't decided whether to file charges against him.
Alameda County DA: No Decision On Charges Against Toronto Raptors President UjiriWeeks after Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri allegedly pushed a sheriff's deputy and struck him in the face at Oracle Arena in Oakland, the Alameda County DA's Office still hasn't decided whether to file charges against him.
Report: Kawhi Leonard to Sign With L.A. ClippersThe Clippers will be landing Kawhi Leonard as a free agent after they acquire Paul George from the Oklahoma City Thunder in a massive trade for players and draft picks, a person familiar with the negotiations said.
Raptors President Speaks Out About Allegedly Shoving Sheriff's Deputy At OracleToronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri is speaking out for the first time about an altercation with an Alameda County Sheriff’s deputy after Game 6 of the NBA Finals at Oracle Arena.
Sheriff's Deputy Weighing Lawsuit After Altercation With Raptors PresidentAn Alameda County Sheriff's Deputy may file a suit after claiming he was seriously injured last week during a scuffle with Toronto Raptors President Masai Ujiri at the end of Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Warriors Congratulate NBA Champion Toronto Raptors With Full-Page Newspaper AdOn the day the city of Toronto hosted a parade and rally to celebrate their NBA Champions, the Raptors and their fans received congratulations Monday from their vanquished opponents in the NBA Finals.
Alameda County Sheriff's Office Recommending Charges Against Raptors PresidentThe Alameda County Sheriff's office is recommending charges for the Toronto Raptors executive who shoved a deputy during Thursday night's Game 6 of the NBA Finals.
Authorities Seek Battery Charge Against Raptors President UjiriAn Alameda County Sheriff's Office spokesman says a deputy involved in an encounter with the president of the Toronto Raptors complained of pain in his jaw and was taken to a hospital for evaluation.
Raptors Squeak Past Battered Warriors; Klay Thompson Suffers Torn ACLThe Warriors are champions no more. Their reign ended in the last game they'll ever play at Oracle Arena, one where they entered without Kevin Durant and left without Klay Thompson, who tore his ACL on Thursday night.
'I Hereby Apology On Behalf Of Canada'; Embarrassed Raptor Fan Sends Apology Bouquet To WarriorsActs of detente can come in many shapes and gestures. For one embarrassed Toronto Raptors fan, it came in the form of a bouquet and apology letter delivered to the offices of the Golden State Warriors for the cheering when star forward Kevin Durant was injured in Game 5 of the NBA Finals.
NBA Players React On Twitter To Kevin Durant's InjuryAfter the devastating injury to Golden State Warriors star Kevin Durant during Game 5 of the NBA Finals, players from around the league offered up their thoughts on the situation facing the two-time Finals MVP.
Warriors Fans Celebrate Clutch Game 5 WinThe Warriors summoned the magic they needed to keep their season alive during Game 5 of the NBA Finals Monday night.
Warriors Hang On To Win Game 5 Of NBA Finals 106-105The Golden State Warriors managed to fend off a late rally by the Toronto Raptor despite losing Kevin Durant to injury earlier in Game 5, squeezing out a clutch 106-105 victory in the final seconds.