Technically, Dolan was not directly in charge of the Knicks while Oakley played for the franchise from 1988 to 1998, but his family gained a large stake in a number of MSG-related properties in 1994.
Oakley, who played 10 seasons with the Knicks (1988-98), was charged with three counts of misdemeanor assault after getting ejected February 8 from Madison Square Garden for having an altercation with security.
In an attempt to fix the relationship, former Bulls superstar Michael Jordan and National Basketball Association commissioner Adam Silver spoke with Dolan and Oakley on Monday.
Green spoke out on his Dray Day podcast with the Uninterrupted, and accused Dolan of being a hypocrite for trying to silence Oakley - even though Oakley's confrontational personality was invaluable to the organization when he was a player.
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"You're doing it for me, it's all good", Green said. On Thursday, Warriors forward Draymond Green had plenty to say about Dolan, calling his behavior reminiscent of a slave mentality, according to ESPN. A source within the Madison Square Garden organization told Smith of the move, while Wise was informed by a source close to Oakley.
"It was all fine and dandy when he was laying people out, taking fines and all this stuff for your organization". So, if it wasn't a problem then, when he was doing it for y'all, why is it all of a sudden now when he's speaking out on something he don't like? "That's not classy at all", Green said. It said both Dolan and Oakley apologized for the fallout from Wednesday's situation.
"I'm thankful that the Knicks opened the door when he is ready that he can come back", Van Gundy said. Because it's a story really that, if you really boil it down to its essence, has very little to do with anything that's going on in the world right now. "It's not okay for you to go say to the world as a multibillion dollar organization". The owner added, "He may have a problem with alcohol". When he watched it on television, Van Gundy said all he thought about was Oakley's well-being. Just throw that out there. "I definitely think, like I said, that that's a slave-master mentality".