Charles Oakley must have a book coming out soon because lately, he’s been letting loose and letting everyone know how he feels about the NBA.
A few weeks ago, he said that he didn’t think Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire made their Knicks teammates better.
Yesterday, he had some choice words regarding Dwight Howard. And you know what: he’s probably correct on both accounts.
Here’s Oakley from an interview with ESPN radio…
“A lot of guys cry in this league these days. I try not to get caught up in that. The management in Orlando let him get away with it. Most times, they put kids in timeout. They never put him in timeout. He just kept crying and got his way.”