Charles Oakley is seated next to owner Dan Gilbert in Cleveland tonight for Knicks-Cavs. He said he’s rooting for a good game tonight and also said he’s rooting for the better team but didn’t have much to say about his feud with Knicks owner James Dolan.
When asked if things had cleared up between he and the Knicks, Oakley said, “How long would it take you to get over something?” Oakley’s lawyer, Frederick Nance, said Oakley would have more to say at the appropriate time.
Less than two months prior to the election – and after Trump revealed his divisive plans to build a wall and ban Muslims – James Dolan pledged $300,000 to fundraising committee ‘Trump Victory,’ according to public records reviewed by the Daily News.
Dolan, however, opened his wallet to Make America Great Again. He split his donations to ‘Trump Victory’ for $250,000 on Sept. 27, and $50,000 on Sept. 1. He also pledged the maximum of $2,700 to Trump’s campaign alone.