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Charles Oakley Ejected From Knicks Game and Arrested

EntertainmentEntertainment NewsThe SceneA Listed: Luxury Real EstateWorth the Trip: California TravelGeorge to the RescueOpen HouseBreakfast With Open House1st LookCOZI TVTalk StoopLIVE TVON NOWNBC 4 News at 11amON DEMANDNBC on DemandWatch the latest full episodes of your favorite NBC series anytime and anywhere.Click for full scheduleEmbed this videoFormer Knicks star Charles Oakley was escorted from his seats at Madison Square Garden after an altercation near team owner James Dolan. (Published Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2017)Former Knicks star Charles Oakley was escorted from his seats at Madison Square Garden and arrested after an altercation near team owner James Dolan.Oakley shoved security guards before they pulled him away from his seat behind the baseline during the first quarter of the Knicks’ game against the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night. Fans chanted “Oakley! Oakley!” in support of the popular power forward.Gotti Grandson Pleads Guilty to Peddling Prescription DrugsThe 53 year old Oakley played for the Knicks from 1988 98, helping them reach the NBA Finals, but has a poor relationship with the team because of his criticisms of Dolan, the Madison Square Garden chairman.”Charles Oakley came to the game tonight and behaved in a highly inappropriate and completely abusive manner,” the Knicks wrote in a statement on Twitter . “He has been ejected and is currently being arrested by the New York City Police Department. He was a great Knick and we hope he gets some help soon.”The altercation took place just a few rows behind the court during a stoppage in play as Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis was shooting free throws,cheap oakleys sale and players from both teams turned to watch.Security was called to Oakley’s seat after he was shouting at Dolan, sitting not far ahead in his usual seat in the first row behind the baseline. Oakley shoved one security official in the face, though neither he nor any other arena staff threw any punches or pushed Oakley back.Oakley was handcuffed near an arena exit as he waited for police to arrive, then taken to the Midtown South stationhouse. The NYPD said he was charged with three counts of third degree assault and released with a desk appearance ticket.The 6 foot 8 Oakley was a rugged enforcer playing alongside Patrick Ewing on the Knicks teams of the 1990s and has kept his tough guy persona long after retirement, trading barbs with former rival Charles Barkley recently.

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Charles Oakley Escorted out of Madison Square Garden in 1st Quarter of Clippers

EntertainmentEntertainment NewsThe SceneA Listed: Luxury Real EstateWorth the Trip: California TravelGeorge to the RescueOpen HouseBreakfast With Open House1st LookCOZI TVTalk StoopLIVE TVON NOWNBC 4 News at 11amON DEMANDNBC on DemandWatch the latest full episodes of your favorite NBC series anytime and anywhere.Click for full scheduleFormer professional basketball player Charles Oakley was escorted out of Madison Square Garden during the first quarter of the New York Knicks game with the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night.Former New York Knicks forward Charles Oakley is no stranger to altercations.Oakley was escorted out of Madison Square Garden in ugly fashion on Wednesday night during the first quarter of the Los Angeles Clippers and Knicks game on ESPN.Oakley was reportedly trying to get close to Knicks’ owner James Dolan who was sitting courtside at the time,cheap authentic oakleys and was approached by security.The altercation escalated as Oakley shoved a security member and had to be hauled out by a bevy of officials.Oakley and Dolan have had a tumultuous relationship over the years with Oakley telling reporters at one point that Dolan told him he was not welcome anymore at Knicks games.Witnesses at the garden said that Knicks team president Phil Jackson tried to calm Oakley down in the tunnel, but according to a statement released by the team, he was escorted out of the arena and arrested by the New York Police Department.

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Brie Oakley runs away with Colorado 5A cross country title

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COLORADO SPRINGS For almost two miles Lauren Gregory fought hard to make it a race worthy of two of America top high school runners. The three time 5A champion from Fort Collins was laboring to stay with Brie Oakley, the Grandview star who is ranked No. 1 nationally, even throwing in a surge or two.

Then, suddenly, Gregory was down,cheap oakleys sunglasses for sale her hopes of accomplishing a four peat dashed at Saturday state cross country championships. And Oakley, who heard Gregory fall behind her, was off to win easily in 17 minutes, 8 seconds.

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heard her drop out and I was like, my God, I just need to keep going,’ Oakley said. was definitely tired because I should have held back the first mile. I tried to keep telling myself to keep going. I really started to surge with a half mile or less to go, to come into the stadium and really kick it in. year ago Oakley finished runner up to Gregory by 1.6 seconds, and now both seniors are committed to Division I schools, Oakley to California and Gregory to Arkansas. It not unusual for Colorado to have top national runners, but to have two in the same race made this one special.

When Gregory went down, though, it was over. She resumed running but there was no way she could catch Oakley. She finished second in 18:33 more than a minute off her recent times.

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Second place finisher Lauren Gregory of Fort Collins, right, hugs first place finisher Brie Oakley after finishing the girls 5A Colorado cross country championship race at the Norris Penrose Events Center on Oct. 29, 2016.

took it to me, Gregory said. was running, next thing I knew I wasn running anymore, laying on the ground. She just so fast. I tried to hang. We were going so hard. I got really wobbly legged and went down. is only Oakley second year as a competitive runner, but after she nearly beat Gregory last year and then won two titles at the state track meet last spring, she came here as the favorite.

really respect each other, Oakley said. definitely my biggest inspiration, she such a competitor. I remember hearing about her last year and I was like, I really want to be like her some day. I just glad we can compete hard against each other but still be classy and stuff off the race course. favorite status brought pressure, too.

been rooting for me my parents, my team and they all like,cheap oakleys sunglasses for sale you can definitely beat her,’ Oakley said. like, don want to be cocky, I just want to get to the race, finally, and not hear everyone talking about it. It was exciting to tune everything out and just race. coach Allyson Robbins said it has been incredible honor to coach Oakley as she developed from first time runner to garnering national attention over the past 13 months. Oakley was a soccer player before starting cross country last year.

think she will not be satisfied unless she at the (Olympic) trials, possibly in Tokyo (for the 2020 Olympics), Robbins said. been a great teammate to all the other kids. Brie a wonderful person, too, and I have so much admiration for Lauren Gregory. She is a class act. They two runners we will be watching for years.

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Oakley’s arrest lowest point in his falling out with Knicks

NEW YORK >> Charles Oakley maintains he did nothing wrong before he was surrounded by Madison Square Garden security officials.

Something has happened, though,cheap oakleys online to turn him from popular player to persona non grata within his former franchise.

Oakley blamed his strained relationship with the Knicks and owner James Dolan on Thursday for the altercation that led to his ejection and arrest from New York 119 115 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday night.

Oakley said during an ESPN Radio interview that he had been in his seat for just a few minutes when he was surrounded by security, denying that they approached him after he shouted at Dolan.

I four rows from this guy, so I going to walk in this place and just start hollering, Dolan! James Dolan! I mean, that embarrassing, man. I did not do none of that, Oakley said. didn know the man was sitting in front of me at first until they walked over there. said he has been told that Dolan must be informed by security whenever he is in the arena, and that MSG staff follows him when he leaves his seat to go the bathroom.

But the Knicks said he was causing trouble Wednesday even before security reached his seat.

are dozens of security staff, employees and NYPD that witnessed Oakley abusive behavior, the team said in a statement. started when he entered the building and continued until he was arrested and left the building. Every single statement we have received is consistent in describing his actions. Everything he said since the incident is pure fiction. forward Blake Griffin said he recognized Oakley right away and saw him say something to Dolan before the altercation at his seat.

was walking down and I saw him. He stopped and he started talking to Dolan, Griffin said. it was crazy. I didn know what it was about or anything. I just saw a bunch of commotion. was charged with three counts of misdemeanor assault and one count of criminal trespass. He is accused of striking one security guard in the face with a closed fist, and when two other people tried to intervene, both were pushed and received cuts.

He is due back in court April 11.

Oakley pushed and shoved his way around the basketball court at MSG for 10 years as a fighting forward during an era of excellence for the Knicks, who made one NBA Finals appearance and became an Eastern Conference power while Oakley played for them from 1988 98.

He was back there brawling again Wednesday, only this time it was a sad sight in what perhaps the team sorriest era.

The Knicks have become one of the league worst teams,cheap oakleys online winning just one playoff series since 2001 and falling to a franchise worst 17 wins two years ago. Oakley has been a vocal critic of the performance and that led to his falling out with the organization.

The team gave him complimentary tickets and acknowledged him on the video board when he first retired, but stopped giving him passes after he blasted the team to reporters at a game. He is no longer invited to official team events and when he does go to games, pays his own way. He not sure if will keep going.

thing is, I would love to be able to go to the Garden, but I don want to keep going to the Garden if all this is going to keep happening, Oakley said. thing is, I feel sorry for the fans because those fans like me, and they appreciate me and I appreciate them. was also appreciated by teammates, from Michael Jordan in Chicago to Patrick Ewing in New York, and he remains respected by current players. LeBron James and Dwyane Wade posted pictures of Oakley on their Instagram pages, and Clippers coach Doc Rivers said it was difficult watching his former Knicks teammate being dragged away and handcuffed during the first quarter of Wednesday game.

he was my teammate and he was a great teammate, Rivers said. don know what happened. Obviously they had to do what they had to do. They were in the right. Security has to do what they have to do. But at the end of the day it still your teammate. So that was tough. An insightful discussion of ideas and viewpoints is encouraged, but comments must be civil and in good taste, with no personal attacks. Because only subscribers are allowed to comment, we have your personal information and are able to contact you. If your comments are inappropriate, you may be banned from posting.

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YouTuber Tyler Oakley talks about ‘Snervous’ movie

Raisedin Michigan,cheap oakleys for sale elevatedto stardom by hisWeb fans, Tyler Oakley is ready for his closeup on a platform other than his online kingdom.The 26 year old YouTube sensation he’s nearlyreached 8 million YouTube subscribers is the subject of “Snervous,”an upcoming documentary that will have a sneak peek screeningonThursday night at .Directed by Amy Rice, the movie follows Oakley on his popular”Slumber Party” tour, a live showthat hedescribed to Details magazine as “Pee Wee Herman meets Ellen DeGeneres hosted by me in a onesie.” The filmdebuts digitally Friday.It’s all part of a very big year for Oakley, whoopens up about his life in his 2015 best selling book “Binge” and will behitting the small screen in February as a competitoron CBS’s “Amazing Race.”The Jackson native, Okemos High gradand Michigan State University alum talked by phone to the Free Press on Wednesday about his many roles as online mega celebrity, LGBT advocate, interviewer ofMichelle Obama, onesie collectorand former Arby’s employee.QUESTION: What was the most difficult part of giving up control for “Snervous”? This time, you’re the subject, not the creator.ANSWER:I guess the fear of being misinterpreted. It’s always been a fear but when you give up control it’s, like, multiplied. I didn’t really know what to expect and I didn’t really know about the process. But I had to trust that, OK, if I’m going to do this, I can’t do it halfway. I have to give full control. I have to trust whoever’s doing it to understand me and to get that point across in the full documentary. At the beginning, it was terrifying because I just felt so under a microscope, whereas before, I choose how the microscope looks at me. When I first saw (the movie), it was like, 80%of it I would have never included. . (But then) I was like,you know what, this is what it’s all about.Q: This is a documentary about your life, but who do you think should play Tyler Oakley in thefeature version?A: Oh my gosh, hopefully, that person isn’t even an actor yet because the movie will be made years and years and decades from now. I wouldn’t even know who they’d be. They’re probably in middle school right now. By the time I’m old enough to have a movie made about me, then I’ll decide. Not now.Q: Do you ever think about how growing up in Jackson, Mich., instead of New York or Los Angeles has shaped who you are today?A: For sure. Growing up in the Midwest made me exactly who I am. When I moved to San Francisco, I felt so Midwest and so different. Growing up in Michigan made me really appreciate family and the importance of the people in your life and taking things at your own pace. Hopefully,what I’ve gotten from growing up in Michigan was retainingthat mentality of, I guess, being more human. . If I weren’t from Michigan, I don’t know who I’d be, because it reminds me to be connected to people on intimate levels instead of just doing work.Q:You describe in the bookcrashingyour car outside OkemosHigh Schoolwhile wearing your uniform for working atArby’sand being watched by tons ofclassmates. Has anything been more embarrassing than that?A: That was definitely an all time low. That was terrible! (Laughs). It was out of a movie, it was so bad. But yes, I’ve had more embarrassing things since then. I think that set me up for a lifetime of embarrassment. . Now when something bad like that happens, I think, “Oh, I can put that in the next book, or I can make a video about it or talk about it in a podcast.” When things go terribly wrong, I’m like, “Content! I can at least use this.” Whereas before it was,”‘Wow, there’s the end of my life.”Q: You’re a Michigan State alum and started uploading your videos there in 2007. Can you remember your happy places on campus?A: I spent a lot of time in the library. I spent a lot of time at Wells Hall, I would always go to movies there. A lotof time exploring every cafeteria, because I was so into going to every single one and figuring out which was my favorite. in Wilson Hall, and that was all four years, so I literally spent all my life at Wilson Hall. The stadium, of course. I was telemarketer connected to the stadium. I would also go to the Rivfor Burgerama. Do you have one that’s a sentimental favorite?A: I think my favorite one was the one I wore to the last “Slumber Party” stop and that was the original onesie. It looks like a dragon or something and it’s green. It was the first onesie I ever had. Having that onesie and doing a livestream skit in my living room is what inspired the theme of the entire year. And from there, then I bought 40 more.Q: You’ve interviewed many famous people, including first lady Michelle Obama about her Reach Higher education campaign. Wasshe fabulous or extremely fabulous?A: She’s extremely fabulous. No matter who it is, you just hope they’re nice and it’s a positive experience. When it’s somebody that huge and influential, they could be all business, and that’s just fine. But she was so personable and was very present. I’ll never forget how she remembered my name. It felt like she was there with me, not just there doing a bunch of interviews. She was incredible.Q: You’re an advocate for LGBT causes and reach out especially to LGBT teens. Are you optimistic about where we are at today?A: I feel so optimistic. It’s not necessarily because of what’s happening in the world right now. It’s more so because I feel really connected to LGBTQ youth, who are leaders in their own communities. One thing I do right now isI’m on the board of the Trevor Project. They are the leading organization for crisis and suicide prevention for LGBTQ youth. One of my responsibilities is working with their youth advisory council. It’sa small group of youth leaders from all around the country who are single handedly changing what’s happening where they live. I feel so encouraged and positive about the future, because the future is in good hands.A: I don’t know! If you were to ask me last year what I was going to do this year, I would have had literally no clue. The book wasn’t even finished yet. The movie wasn’t a thought yet. “The Amazing Race” for sure wasn’t even on my radar. Every year, I end the year by making a videocalled 100 things I did in whatever year that was. I finish editing the video every year and I’m like,how will next year even compare? Then lo and behold, it goes above and beyond. When I think about 2016, I just trust I will do what I love and hopefully the people thatsupport me will also love it. Hopefully it’s new things that bring me out of my comfort zone, because that’s been the most fun this year.

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Charles Oakley did Wednesday what he has always done he fought for his team.

He was a tough and imposing player throughout his 19 NBA seasons,cheap oakleys sunglasses the enforcer on Pat Riley’s Knicks teams in the early 1990s. When “Oak” saw an opponent taking liberties, he jumped into action.

What he has seen with the Knicks for more than a decade now is an owner taking liberties with a once great franchise. James Dolan has drawn the ire of Knicks fans from almost the moment he took on a larger role running the team in 1999. Oakley, on the other hand, has kept his distance from the organization for many years and been critical of Dolan, calling him in 2015, “a bad guy.”

Well, on Wednesday, he apparently took it a step further.

Oakley was arrested and charged with three counts of assault following an altercation in the stands near Dolan at Madison Square Garden.

It was an ugly scene, not that different from the kind of havoc Oakley would occasionally create on the floor. According to ESPN, citing a police official, Oakley was sitting a few rows behind Dolan and making comments about the team owner when security tried to escort Oakley from the arena. (Oakley insisted to the New York Daily News that he did not say a word to Dolan).

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Video shows Charles Oakley surrounded on ground after reportedly punching 3 security guards

With fans chanting “Oakley. Oakley,” the 54 year old punched three Knicks employees, according to the New York Police Department. He was eventually wrestled to the ground and taken to a nearby police station where he was processed for a desk appearance and issued a summons to report to court.

So is it any surprise that Oakley would try to force the issue with Dolan? While allegedly assaulting security officials cannot be condoned, it can be understood, and it is being celebrated.

Fans were praising Oakley. The Daily News screamed on its back page Thursday: “Good Oak days! A Knick finally shows fight.” And LeBron James posted a photo on Instagram of vintage Oakley with the hashtag Legend.