Oakley also said some strong words about former Knicks players.
Good news for Kobe... he'll NEVER be shunned from Staples Center like Charles Oakley was from Madison Square Garden... that's according to Ice Cube who says a Mamba ban is simply not possible.
Officers with the National Basketball Players Association said Friday that the problems between Charles Oakley and Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan could impact decisions future free agents make about playing for the New York Knicks
Hillary Clinton doesn't have politics on her mind, instead she's all up in Cookie Monster, Big Bird and Bert & Ernie's biz! Hillary took in 'Sesame Street Live' Friday at Madison Square Garden with her 2 grandkids, Aiden and Charlotte...…
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Oakley and Dolan haven’t even come close to resolving their differences. Charles Oakley hasn’t forgiven James Dolan. While his ban from Madison Square Garden may have been lifted after a meeting between the two facilitated by the NBA,...Show More Summary
Charles Oakley may be allowed inside Madison Square Garden again, but the popular former New York Knicks player is not backing down in his criticism of team owner James Dolan. In an interview with SI Now on Thursday, Oakley compared Dolan to the largely disliked former Clippers owner Donald Sterling....
Red Hot Chili Peppers played their first of three sold-out Madison Square Garden shows on Wednesday night (2/15). While heavy on cuts from 2016's The Getaway, there were lots of classics too... Continue reading…
Charles Oakley is allowed back into Madison Square Garden! Our long national nightmare is over! Cartoon by Rob Tornoe
By Jeff Aranow: Danny Jacobs freely admits that he’s the underdog against the unbeaten IBF/IBO/WBA/WBC middleweight champion Gennady “GGG” Golovkin for their fight in one month from now on March 18 at Madison Square Garden in New York. Show More Summary
Who will win Best in Show? Stay here for live updates and photographs from the Westminster Dog Show at Madison Square Garden.
A day after a private meeting with the owner Dolan seemed to end his ban from Madison Square Garden, Oakley said he would not be quick to forgive.
The ban has been lifted, but Charles Oakley isn’t ready to return to Madison Square Garden yet.
Charles Oakley's ban from Madison Square Garden lasted less than a week. The New York Knicks legend was banned from the team's home games last Friday following his highly-publicized altercation with security, who forcibly removed him from the arena during last Wednesday's game. Show More Summary
The ban on Charles Barkley from Madison Square Garden has been lifted, the Associated Press is reporting the day after a meeting that included the beloved former New York Knicks player, team owner James Dolan, all-time NBA great Michael Jordan and league Commissioner Adam Silver. Silver said Monday...
A person briefed on the discussions says Madison Square Garden has lifted its ban of Charles Oakley
Former Knicks great Charles Oakley can once again watch all the triangle offense he desires at Madison Square Garden. The Oakley ban is gone, according to The Undefeated’s Mike Wise: Read more...
THE BAN IS OVER!! Charles Oakley is NO LONGER persona non grata at Madison Square Garden following a peace summit with Knicks owner, James Dolan, on Monday. Oakley was blacklisted from the arena after he was arrested last Wednesday for…
Best in Show will be awarded at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night. The coveted title of Best in Show is on the line at the 141st Westminster Dog Show on Tuesday. It’s the second and final day of festivities at Madison Square Garden,...Show More Summary
NEW YORK -- NBA Commissioner Adam Silver issued the following statement today regarding the situation involving Charles Oakley and Madison Square Garden: