You have to appreciate body cams. Those videos can tell a lot and mess up a good lie. At the 2019 NBA Finals, a deputy claims he was shoved and suffered injuries when he claimed he was pushed and shoved in an altercation by Raptor's president, Masai Ujiri. A spokesperson was even talking about pursuing criminal charges against Ujiri. Well that deputy, Alan Strickland, was definitely lying when he said Uriji pushed him first because the altercation was all caught on Strickland's body cam. According to TMZ, Strickland was adamant that Ujiri pushed and shoved him and didn't have credentials. However, the video showed a different story. You can see Uriji reaching in his jacket for his credentials before the deputy lost his mind and pushed and shoved Ujiri. You even hear Ujiri explain who he was. Yeah, we can't wait to see how this lawsuit will end or flip.