Raptors to file protest over loss to Kings

Raptors forward Terrence Ross celebrates a three-point shot at the buzzer that he thought forced overtime Sunday night.
Doug Smith
Toronto Star

LOS ANGELES — A sense of fair play, and a desire to have a game decided on a basketball court rather than a replay centre, has led Masai Ujiri to wager big on his ability to change the minds of NBA officials.

Ujiri will launch an official protest with the NBA over a video review that overturned a game-tying basket at the end of the Toronto Raptors’ 102-99 loss in Sacramento on Sunday.