Draymond Green says James Dolan has a 'slave master mentality'

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Draymond Green became the latest National Basketball Association player to weigh in on the feud between Charles Oakley and New York Knicks owner James Dolan.

"The man is a legend. That's ridiculous", Green said on his "Dray Day" podcast. He thought it was inconsistent of Dolan to have no problem with Oakley's tough mentality when it served the Knicks well on the court but not when the same fire resulted in criticism of the organization after his career. Why is he buying a ticket?

"You doing it for me, It's all good", Green said.

"When you look at what's going on with the Melo situation in their organization and now how they're doing Charles Oakley, I don't know a free agent that would want to go there". A slave master mentality. "But now, all of a sudden, when he says something that he feels, it's a problem", he added.

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Oakley was banned after being forcibly removed by security at Madison Square Garden last week. Oakley was arrested and charged with three misdemeanor counts of assault and one misdemeanor count of trespassing.

Oakley told the New York Post on Saturday following his release from jail that he was minding his own business when team security approached his seat. "That's not classy at all", Green added.

Specifically, the All-Star didn't appreciate that Dolan said the former Knicks star may have a drinking problem on The Michael Kay Show (h/t USA Today's AJ Neuharth-Keusch). Shortly after, Dolan indefinitely banned Oakley from entering the Garden as a visitor again.

"How, as an organization, can you come out and say 'we hope he get help?' Get help with what?" "So it's not OK for you to go say that to the world, as a multi-billion dollar organization". "That's grimy. I think that's wrong".

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