The Alameda Country district attorney's office will not press charges against Masai Ujiri for shoving a sheriff's deputy last June.

The incident in question occurred after the Raptors beat the Warriors to win the NBA title at Oracle Arena. A deputy stopped Ujiri from going on the court to celebrate with his team due to a lack of credentials, leading to a shoving match. 

"While these past months have been difficult waiting for a determination on this matter, I understand the nature of the process and am appreciative of the efforts of all involved. I am happy that this is now behind me and I look forward to the task of bringing another Championship to the City of Toronto," said Ujiri.