Former Knicks forward Charles Oakley isn't yet ready to return to Madison Square Garden, days after team president James Dolan lifted Oakley's ban. On Thursday, he seemed to harden his stance in his feud with Dolan, telling SI Now that "some things can't be solved."
Oakley also compared Dolan to former Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, who was caught on tape making racist comments in 2014. Commissioner Adam Silver forced Sterling to sell the team.
Oakley is more upset about the aftermath of last week's incident than the incident itself and is hoping for a public apology, reports Marc Berman of the NY Post.
Oakley was ejected from the Garden and subsequently arrested last Wednesday after an altercation with security guards.
The Knicks issued several statements after the incident, with one saying they hope Oakely gets the help he needs.
The ban was lifted on Tuesday after NBA legend Michael Jordan and Silver spoke with Dolan and Oakley.