Attorneys for Milwaukee Bucks guard Sterling Brown have asked a federal judge to reject a $400,000 settlement offer of judgment from the city of Milwaukee.

"Mr. Brown deserves more than a mere apology," his lawyer, Mark Thomsen, told ESPN's The Undefeated. "He, as any human being, citizen of the USA, is entitled to an express vindication that his constitutional rights have been violated. He is entitled to no less."

Brown had previously sued the city of Milwaukee, alleging police officers used excessive force and targeted him because he is black when they tased him in the back while citing him for a parking violation in January 2018. Brown's initial lawsuit was filed in June 2018.