New York Knicks legend, and current Big3 League coach, Charles Oakley has accepted a deal that will dismiss all misdemeanor charges against him stemming from his arrest at Madison Square Garden back in February.

As part of the deal, Oakley must stay out of trouble for six months and accept a one year ban from MSG.

According to ESPN, this is the same deal that Oak rejected a few months ago because he wanted to go to trial.

The beloved Knicks forward got into an altercation with MSG security during a game on February 8th and had to be physically removed from the court. He was later charged with two misdemeanors of assault, two misdemeanors of harassment and one misdemeanor of trespassing.