Spike Lee wears ‘Charles Oakley’ jersey to Knicks-Spurs game
Spike Lee said he’d pack Phil Jackson’s bags for him, taking up for Carmelo Anthony against the Knicks president.
In the other feud involving the Knicks’ lousy leadership, Lee is clearly siding with Charles Oakley over James Dolan.
Lee, the famed Knicks fan, wore a “Charles Oakley” jersey to the Knicks’ win over the Spurs yesterday. Why the quotation marks? Because it started as a jersey of Landry Fields, who wore Nos. 6 and 2 in New York.
Modified or not, Lee’s jersey still got his point across quite clearly.
Dolan has his sycophants. Lee stands with the people.