Knicks Owner James Dolan Calls Fan Altercation An "Ambush"

Knicks Owner James Dolan Calls Fan Altercation An

Another topic that came up in his interview with "The Michael Kay Show" was the team banning Daily News reporter Stefan Bondy from certain press events.

"For the record, I am not selling the team and I am not quitting", Dolan said.

But Tuesday afternoon, team owner James Dolan not only gave voice to the subtext, he set the stakes for the summer of 2019 and all but promised that it would be a franchise-altering time for the Knicks.

"The ban is only coming from the fact that we now have learned that he planned it", Dolan said.

Dolan also has a history with Knicks legend Charles Oakley.

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The Knicks owner told ESPN Radio on Tuesday via The Athletic, the young core will not be centerpieces moving forward, as the team has received interest from top free agents.

"We're not quitting. We're not selling", he said. "We get it. I don't like losing either", Dolan said. As soon as they were done with it, it was immediately sold to TMZ.

Dolan said that he was initially planning on inviting the fan back and showing him that the Knicks had a solid plan for the future, but changed his mind after it became "clear this whole thing was planned", in terms of catching him on video in a confrontation.

Wagner issued a response shortly after Dolan's comments. He said it becomes the taunting problem when people become "confrontational". "They were stalking me", Dolan said.

He's impeded the New York Daily News' access at times because he doesn't like their coverage. Right? What I was thinking was that we'd invite him back to the next game and take him back and have him meet the team, and see what was going on - get him a sense of, 'Hey, this team is doing very well.

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