“Just Had A Great Lunch With My Brother Mr. Charles Oakley Of The Beloved Orange And Blue. Last Night At Da Garden Was Not A Good Look For All Involved. Last Thing Oak Said To Me Is “All I Want To Do Is Sit Down With Mr. Dolan, Man To Man And Work This Out”. Once Knick Always A Knick?”
Oakley during an interview with FOX 5 in New York City spoke about his thoughts on the feud with Knicks owner James Dolan.
“Life is too short, There’s too much going on in the world. We got to fix things in life. Not try and break things in life.”
The Knicks continue to keep their stance on the altercation after releasing yet another update to their side of the story.
All of these comments and more continue to darken the black eye on a franchise that is known around the world. The Knicks are celebrating their 70th anniversary and instead of enjoying the great moments in the team’s history, fans are subjected to currently the worst of times.
The public perception has the Knicks quickly looking like the team to hate in sports and ironically it’s not for winning rather for the embarrassment many see it’s done in the league.
As weird as it may be the Knicks are still in playoff contention in the Eastern Conference and a rare hot streak could lessen the blow of all these problems.