Tracy McGrady Reveals Story Of Charles Oakley Dumping Entire Bottle Of Jack Daniels On Raptors Teammate

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Tracy McGrady Reveals Story Of Charles Oakley Dumping Entire Bottle Of Jack Daniels On Raptors Teammate

 

Charles Oakley was one of the toughest players the NBA has ever seen – on and off the court. His reputation still precedes him today.

There are countless stories about Oakley, who currently is involved in the BIG 3 league, from back in the day, and Tracy McGrady just added another one.

The two were teammates when they both played for the Toronto Raptors, and while being guest on the ‘All The Smokepodcast, McGrady revealed a hilarious and intimidating story about Oakley pouring a bottle of Jack Daniels on a teammate.

Per NBC Sports’ Dan Feldman:

 

“I ain’t going to say my man’s name. I don’t want to put him out there like that.

We’re flying from Toronto to Sacramento. Bro, this is a long-ass flight, right? These boys got the big bottles of Jack Daniels.

The whole plane ride, they’re drinking like crazy. I’m talking about, they’ve got a bunch of bottles.

We land in Sacramento, and Oak is looking for the last bottle. My man don’t even want to drink no more. So, he hid the bottle under his seat.

Oak walking up and down the bus on the way to the hotel. “Hey, man. Where the motherf—ing bottle at? Who got that last bottle?” And, boy, somebody pointed at buddy. “Hey, where the motherf—ing bottle at? You hiding the bottles?” Dog, Oak was looking around him, grabbed the bottle.

Mind you, the dude is from Sacramento. Clean suit. He going home to see the fam.

Big-ass bottle. “Oh, you trying to hide the bottle. Oh, you don’t want to drink no more? Alright, motherf—er, you’re going to wear this.” And drenched it on him. The whole bottle, bro.

Bro, the whole bottle on him.

Buddy sitting there like mad as hell, like ready to get up. Nah, chill, dog. Take that. We’re telling him, “You’ve got to eat, dog.”

No doubt it would’ve ended up worse. That’s why we was like, “Hey, you’ve got to take that, player. You’ve got to take it. Don’t do it, man.”

I’m 19 years old, bro. I’m like, “Hey, man, I ain’t messing with this dude, bro.”

But I love that cat to death, though, because he’s ride or die for you.”

 

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