In Toronto, Masai Ujiri is beloved as the architect of the Raptors’ first NBA championship title. In Nigeria and Africa in general, he is loved greatly for his contributions to the development
Giants of Africa, a non profit organisation co-founded by Vice Chairman and President of the Toronto Raptors, Masai Ujiri, plans to build 100 basketball courts across Africa, raise talents and develop sports in the continent in the nearest future.
Giants of Africa and its founder, Vice Chairman and President of the Toronto Raptors, Masai Ujiri, unveiled two new basketball courts in Abidjan on Monday.
14 Oct 2021
Nigeria has the potential to compete favourably in the comity of nations, but that could only be possible if the government provides a condusive environment for the youths to hone their skills....
11 Oct 2021
One of Nigeria’s biggest names in basketball, Masai Ujiri, will, from today, start a tour of some schools in Lagos, where he will unveil some basketball courts his foundation, Giants of Africa, has built for the institutions.
20 May 2021
Toronto Raptors’ President, Masai Ujiri, has advised Nigeria to stop the anti-productive practice of appointing non-professionals as sports ministers.
19 Aug 2019
President of basketball operations, Toronto Raptors, Masai Ujiri has urged the Federal Government to ensure that the Ministry of Sports is headed by a sports technocrat...
16 Aug 2019
Not many people in the world have led a sports franchise to win a major trophy. No African has been as successful on the global stage like Masai Ujiri has in leading...
14 Aug 2019
NBA title-winning manager, Masai Ujiri has tipped Nigeria’s senior national basketball team, D’Tigers, to come good at the FIBA Men’s Basketball World Cup billed to hold in China from August 31 to September 15.
27 Jun 2019
Toronto Raptors President, Masai Ujiri said Tuesday he has met with Kawhi Leonard, who is days away from becoming a free agent, and is confident the NBA champions can re-sign the superstar, reports Reuters.
26 Jun 2019
Toronto Raptors president Masai Ujiri says he'll stay with the club to vie for another NBA championship, and he believes star forward Kawhi Leonard will, too.