Happy St. Patrick's Day, James Dolan.
The Knicks returned home from a road trip on Sunday and fans were ready to send a message to their iron-fisted owner a week after he banned a fan from Madison Square Garden for yelling at him to "sell the team."
Green shirts that read, "St. Patty Says Ban Dolan" were being given to fans outside of the arena before the game against the Lakers.
A fan told SNY they were being handed out by the truckload but security was not letting anyone into the building with the shirts.
The shirts appear to be from a legal firm, Morningside Evaluations, and have a message on the back of the shirt that reads, "Less Dolan, More H1Bs," referring to immigration visa.
Dolan, who was in attendance for Sunday's game, has been subject to heavy criticism since the incident with a fan last week but the Knicks owner defended his actions during an interview with Michael Kay on ESPN Radio's "The Michael Kay Show."
During the interview, he also justified banning reporters from press conferences and expressed optimism about the pending free agents coming to New York.
The subject of selling the team first surfaced in December when Dolan said in an ESPN Q&A that he has a responsibility to the shareholders to consider a sale and added that no one has come through with a bona fide offer, although he is not actively looking to sell.
The Knicks are estimated to be worth $4 billion by Forbes -- making them the most valuable franchise in the NBA.