Oakley on Garnett: 'He's one of the weakest guys to ever play the game'

During an appearance on Jim Rome's radio show, former New York Knicks tough guy Charles Oakley took a shot at former Timberwolves' star Kevin Garnett. “Garnett left Minnesota and hollered and screamed and all that but hes not a tough guy," Oakley said. "He's one of the weakest guys to ever play the game."
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During an appearance on Jim Rome's radio show, former New York Knicks tough guy Charles Oakley took a shot at former Timberwolves' star Kevin Garnett. “Garnett left Minnesota and hollered and screamed and all that but hes not a tough guy," Oakley said. "He's one of the weakest guys to ever play the game."

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