"The parties are crazy," he said. "I did one, did two, and the next thing you know, I was just Bar Mitzvah Man."
O'Quinn sometimes gets introduced by video, or sometimes even by an emcee, and then it's just wall-to-wall parting, with the Knicks big man right in the middle of it. He's cut back on appearances since the season started, but he's not opposed to getting back into it should time permit during the year.I seriously cannot believe this is a Knicks story. Maybe if one of these parties ended with O'Quinn taking out grandmothers and children à la George Costanza, it would align with expectations. But a feel-good story? Maybe the Knicks really are back.
"A lot of times, I go and I stay longer than I'm supposed to because it's so much fun," O'Quinn said. "The food's always good. The only thing that gets a little overwhelming is the kids; sometimes they don't listen to the structure of the party and it just gets loose."