The Los Angeles Clippers saw plenty of fight at Madison Square Garden — especially from a former Knick.
Blake Griffin scored a season-high 32 points and the Clippers beat New York 119-115 on Wednesday night after ex-Knick Charles Oakley was ejected and arrested in the first quarter.
Griffin was one the players close to the action as Oakley shouted at MSG chairman James Dolan and shoved away security guards before he was forcefully removed by arena security.
"I stopped and then there was an inbounds play on the side. I turned around just in time as he was handing it to him and then there was a foul. I walked back to catch the third, fourth and fifth...