In Monday’s filing, which refers to Ujiri’s credential as ‘invalid,’ Strickland’s attorneys explained what threats their client was facing when the Raptors President attempted to walk onto the floor. ‘… as is self-evident from the video, had Deputy Strickland not employed force, he would have risked having the suspect not only trespass onto the court, he would have risked the suspect quickly getting lost amid the growing crowd of folks authorized to be on the court, and potentially committing any number of possibly serious crimes,’ read Monday’s filing, obtained by the Daily Mail.
January 25, 2021 | 2:33 pm EST Update
Josh Robbins: Today, the Magic & AdventHealth are announcing the start of construction of the 130,000-square-foot AdventHealth Training Center in Parramore. It’ll include a sports medicine center for the general public. Below, an architectural rendering of the exterior, courtesy of the Magic. pic.twitter.com/VPj5rx9LZr
Josh Robbins: Originally planned to open by Sept. 2021, the team now says the building “is slated to open in the second quarter of 2022.” The facility will include two full-length basketball courts, larger strength and conditioning areas and enhanced physical therapy/hydrotherapy areas. pic.twitter.com/Ms6TiYL9MM