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MSG chairman said Friday that Oakley is banned from stepping foot inside MSG as a result of the altercation, which has owned headlines across the NBA and added yet another ring to the Knicks' circus this season. NBA players like LeBron James, Dwyane Wade, J.R. Smith and Chris Paul have expressed their support for Oakley,
who spent 10 seasons with the Knicks and was an All-Star in 1994. Former Pacers guard Reggie Miller also supports Oakley and asked why any potential free agent would want to play for an owner who "treats past greats like this." Hawks, Kings become Twitter friends to FIFA Mobile Coins
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Nothing can bring people together quite like sarcasm.While the Hawks and Kings were battling on the court Friday night, their team Twitter accounts had some fun with the NBA's new social media policy. A league memo obtained by ESPN was sent to all 30 NBA teams essentially telling them to stop criticizing or ridiculing opponents.
The memo came shortly after an exchange between Grizzlies forward Chandler Parsons and the Trail Blazers Twitter account. Portland's social media team shared a video poking fun at Parsons for shooting an air ball on a 3-point attempt.MORE: Hawks-Kings stats and breakdownThe NBA's message was a bit of an overreaction. Parsons even said an apology wasn't necessary. But the Hawks and Kings decided if this is how it's going to be on these Twitter streets, let's embrace it.
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