We've long thought that Isiah Thomas is holding something over the head of New York Knicks owner James Dolan, who has yet to fire the aloof and incompetent head coach.
Did Isiah walk in on James boning a cheerleader? Perhaps James is cheating on his taxes?
Now, it seems Isiah has something on the NYC cops, too, since the boys in blue arrested a 22-year-old for trying to sell "Fire Isiah" t-shirts outside Madison Square Garden. Apparently, the cops shrugged off the kid the past few days, but suddenly on Wednesday they arrested him.
Ivan Cash says he was hauled away in handcuffs, taken to the Midtown South Precinct, fingerprinted and held in a cell for three hours - until the Knicks lost to the Sacramento Kings, 107-97. Then he was given a ticket and released.
Cash was at 33rd St. and Seventh Ave., waiting for a pal who has a vendor's license, when the cops swooped in, he said.
He was charged with "intent to sell."
The story continues, saying Cash sold over 100 of the custom made shirts at the last three Knicks games.