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The New York Knicks franchise is becoming a reality-TV show. The team absolutely sucks right now. They are 22-32 heading toward the All-Star break, and the 22 games they have won have been a push by sheer talent alone.

Rumors have emerged that the Knicks front office is actively looking to trade their best player, Carmelo Anthony, and then, after a critical column blasted Anthony, Phil Jackson, the president of basketball operations for the Knicks, not only agreed with the column but also tweeted that he agreed with the column!

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But, but, but, but wait, it gets worse: Then, on Wednesday, Charles Oakley, the beloved Knick Charles Oakley, the man whose blood is still on the Madison Square Garden floor, was involved in a scuffle with Knicks security guards and was escorted out in handcuffs. Then the Knicks, being the tacky and petty organization they are showing themselves to be, tweeted:

Charles Oakley came to the game tonight and behaved in a highly inappropriate and completely abusive manner. 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.

***Petty tweet alert.***

Nevertheless, several past and current NBA stars took to social media to support Oakley:

Let’s hope the Knicks organization gets the help it needs.