We found out this week that James Dolan doesn’t take kindly to criticism. And according to fan favorite Charles Oakley, the Knicks owner has been holding a grudge against him for years.
Boomer and Craig were thrilled to have the unlikely duo of Charles Oakley and Karl Malone in the Allstate Studio Wednesday morning — and the two retired NBA stars let it all hang out.
Each celebrity will be joined on his or her one-mile leg with a local student who takes part in marathon organizer New York Road Runners’ youth programs.
Mason says he’s been unable to land a job with the team despite an obvious need to get back to what worked 20 years ago, when the Knicks reached the NBA Finals under former coach Pat Riley.
I am an admitted, ardent Knicks hater and a rabid Carmelo Anthony detractor. But I’ve got his back on this Kevin Garnett deal. I’m good with Anthony stalking Garnett after the game. In fact, I’m disappointed that he didn’t bring a tire iron.
The Knicks know how to win ugly and well — that’s beautiful.
I not only write about the Knicks. I am also a season-ticket holder. A couple of weeks ago, I received an email from the Knicks inviting me to a special free Knicks Tip-Off Event at the Beacon Theater. It was 90 minutes that I will never get back.
Williams says all he can do today, and for the rest of his life, is apologize for his wrongs and crimes and start to move ahead, grateful for a second chance, with God on his side.
Charles Oakley, one of the NBA’s all-time tough guys, may not return to the Charlotte Bobcats’ bench next season because of a painful back condition he says was caused during an assault last year in Las Vegas.
Charles Oakley, one of the NBA’s all-time tough guys and now a Charlotte Bobcats assistant, has sued a Las Vegas resort over what he calls a May 2010 “gang-style beat down” by security guards who injured him.
Boomer put aside his astonishment over the Rangers’ 3-2 overtime win last night just long enough to give us his observation of the performance by Michael Vick Monday night in the Eagles’ 59-28 thrashing of the Redskins.
Former Knicks forward Charles Oakley joined Boomer & Carton Tuesday to fire back at New York’s president of basketball operations, Donnie Walsh.
Believe it or not, the Knicks have a bandwagon. They also have a new fan — a man who has witnessed the recent carnage up close but never felt inclined to say anything about it. Until now.