Is Hoops Legend Charles Oakley Bugging for Saying Some NBA Players Are 'Sensitive' and 'Should Wear Dresses?'

This is leaving some fans to say that Oak is "stuck in the '90s."

Whether it was then when he was arguably the toughest player in the NBA or definitely now — Charles Oakley is going to speak his mind. This time around isn't any different.

Over the weekend, the hoops legend and former New York Knicks power forward took part in a live-panel discussion in Dallas about basketball. And when the topic of this current generation of NBA players came up, Oak said there's a chunk of today's players who are "sensitive" and that "some of them should wear dresses."

We're dead. 

But how did people respond to the former forward? Well, with mixed reactions, with some thinking he's "stuck in the '90s" and others agreeing that today's ballers need to toughen up.

  • Take A Look At The No-Chill Manner That Charles Oakley Called Some of Today's NBA Players 'Sensitive' Before Suggesting That They 'Should Wear Dresses'

    Good grief.

  • Oak's Comments Made One Person Suggest That The Former NBA All-Star Is 'Stuck In The 90s'

    #Facts or nah?

  • Others Said The NBA Has Gotten More Athletic Since Oakley Retired In 2004 and That The Overall Game Is Different

    Hmm ...

  • Others Sided With Oak, Agreeing That Some of Today's Ballers Are 'Sensitive'

    Well, the rule changes over the years have opened offenses up, paving the way for higher scores and less hard-nosed defense like that of which Oak was accustomed to playing.

  • But These Tweets Changed The Conversation A Bit

    Yes, Dennis Rodman was one of Oak's toughest rivals during the late 1980s and throughout the 1990s. And he did rock that wedding dress, albeit a stunt, but still. Do you agree with Oak about some of today's NBA players being "sensitive" or nah?

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