Tortilla Throwing Incident At California High School Sparks Outrage

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Players from a Southern California high school basketball team are under investigation from school officials after throwing tortillas at the opposing team after a post-season win. NBC News’ Guad Venegas spoke to some of the players, coaches and parents about why they say the incident was racially motivated.  

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