Charles Oakley Arrested at Knicks Game for Taunting Team's Owner


Former New York Knicks star Charles Oakley was arrested at Madison Square Garden against the L.A. Clippers on Wednesday after he allegedly tried to taunt the Knicks' owner, James Dolan. ESPN reports that during the first quarter, Oakley made comments to Dolan, who was seated a few rows in front of him. That's when Dolan, who also owns MSG, allegedly had the 6-foot-8 Oakley physically removed from the arena--a feat that required several guards. "I didn't say anything to him. I swear on my mother," Oakley told The New York Daily News after he was booked on three counts of assault at a local precinct. "They asked me to leave. And I said, 'I'm not leaving.'" Oakley also gave an interview after the game that was shared on the Instagram account of a local restaurant. "I don't know why I'm not welcome into the Garden," he said

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