Published: Thu, February 09, 2017
Sports | By Nelson Rowe

Knicks' Carmelo Anthony to Clippers in 3-team blockbuster?

Knicks' Carmelo Anthony to Clippers in 3-team blockbuster?

ESPN reported it was unclear what initiated the incident, which came in the first quarter against the visiting Clippers. Oakley said he was provoked by MSG security acting at the behest of one of their bosses. He was charged with three misdemeanor counts of assault, all third-degree and one count of criminal trespass, a third-degree misdemeanor.

Oak was reportedly given a desk appearance ticket and has already been released.

"I was there for four minutes", Oakley told the New York Daily News late Wednesday night. Oakley was sitting courtside, several rows behind Knicks owner James Dolan, with whom he's had a contentious relationship for years. I swear on my mother.

Most people simply said they wanted no part in telling Oakley what to do when he's angry. If he buys a ticket, what am I to do?' "I've been in situations like this before, I've been jumped before, so in my mind if you see seven, eight, nine, ten guys walking up on you, you have to brace yourself and be ready for the challenge".

"That was tough for me to watch", Rivers said. Jackson had given up on this season with his obsessive goal of ridding the team of Anthony, who has been unfairly criticized and blamed by a plurality of fans of media over the course of the past three seasons for the Knicks' failures. He really is. Honestly, the players could see me.

"I love Tom Brady and I'm not faulting his decision to skip the Obama White House visit, but he opened this box", Nelly continued.

The New York Knicks are inching closer to the 2017 NBA Trade Deadline.

"I don't know what I was thinking".

They often did when Oakley played in NY from 1988-98, making him adored by fans - some of whom were chanting "Oakley!" Video shows Oakley shoving one of the guards as they try to remove him.

The Knicks' terrible 22-32 record speaks for itself, as does the dysfunction with team president Phil Jackson constantly jabbing the franchise's star player Carmelo Anthony.

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