NEW YORK – Former Knicks star Charles Oakley was his place at Madison Square Garden and was arrested after a fight near team owner James Dolan.
Oakley rejected guards before she pulled him out of the backseat of the first quarter of the Knicks game against the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night. The fans shouted “Glasses! Glasses!” Support for the popular power front.
Oakley Knicks turned 53 years 1988-1998, helping them reach the NBA but has a bad relationship with the team because of his critic Dolan, president of Madison Square Garden.
“Charles Oakley to come to tonight’s game and behave in a very inadequate and totally insulting manner,” the Knicks said in a statement on Twitter. “He left and was arrested by police in New York. He was a great Knick and we hope he gets help soon.”
Oakley said the NYPD arrested on three counts of aggression, all third degree. He was treated with the appearance of the desktop and drama are used to inform about the field.
Alteration occurred only a few lines, then the judge during the game stop when the Knicks were in front of Kristaps Porziņģis shoot free throws, and players from both teams turned to look.
Oakley denied a security
Oakley called safety seat when he shouts Dolan, sitting not far behind the front row in place of the standard base. Oakley denied a security guard in the face, but neither he nor any other Oakley Arena staff threw any punches or pushed back.
Oakley handcuffed abandoned near the arena, waiting for the police to come.
6-foot-8 Oakley played alongside rugged handler, Patrick Ewing, the Knicks after the transition to the group in 1990 and his tough personality for a long time retired, barbs trading recently held former rival Charles Barkley.