Found April 24, 2012 on Celtics Life:
Credit to Edwin Khu for the photo and thanks for emailing it to us. After the jump, Johnny Most calls Sunday's Ron Artest elbow to James Harden's head. About Afternoon Delight: Every weekday at 3 PM Eastern time Once in a blue moon, posts an original (most of the time), humorous creation for your delight. Check back tomorrow for more, or view past Afternoon Delight postings.

Ron Artest elbows James Harden directly in the face

Since I'm from Boston I hate every Laker that there is. But there's one that I hate more than the rest and that's Ron Artest, or Metta World Peace if you take that seriously. It seems that Artest is determined to bring peace into the world whether people want it or not, one elbow at a time. After making a good play and beating his chest like the class act that he is...

Ron Artest: A Man of Peace

DATELINE: HUMOR? Metta World Peace sent another unintentional elbow to the NBA headquarters. After a dozen years of elbowing and other infractions, that is Ron Artest’s story–and he’s sticking to it. Having entered a new age where giving a sports opponent a concussion has become the new form of brutality and abuse, Ron Artest remains a traditionalist. He believes in bone to...

World Peace my a**! Artest still psychotic!

I’m just going to come right out and say it Eye On Sports NBA fans … Ron Artest a.k.a. Metta World Peace, is a low-life scum of the earth *******!I’m sorry, but there was no other way for me to express how I truly feel about Artest after seeing the potentially life-threatening elbow that Peace hit Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden with in Sunday’s thrilling double...

The Best NASCAR Limo Ever & The Old Ron Artest Is Back!

Do you see random sh$% while driving to work and think it needs to be seen by the masses? Does the guy who sits next to you at work look like a tool on a daily basis? Does your dog lick his balls in an odd fashion? Is your neighbor working on some sort of outer space vehicle behind his shed? We want your WTF photos. Email us. jQuery(function($){$("a...

Ron Artest changed his name to Metta World Peace, but his attitude is no different

Almost as soon as Ron Artest changed his name last year, someone had to expect the headline was coming: “World Peace Suspended”. Now, taken out of context, this caption would probably cause folks in parts of North Korea and Sudan to jump for joy. However, those savvy individuals know that Kim Jong-un, Omar al-Bashir, and any other hyphenated world dictator probably would not...

The NBA's dirtiest players

In the wake of Ron Artest’s (yes, I am reverting to the old name) flagrant elbow to James Harden’s head, Sports Illustrated has released their list of the NBA’s 15 dirtiest players. SI asked 146 players to name the person they thought was the dirtiest in the whole league, not including teammates. Topping the list was Los Angeles Clippers' Reggie Evans. It’s not surprising...

World Peace elbow could lead to suspension

Metta World Peace changed his name from Ron Artest before this season, but he's dealing with the same old controversy after his elbow to the head of Oklahoma City guard James Harden on Sunday. World Peace was ejected just before halftime in the Lakers' 114-106 double-overtime victory over the Thunder. He was pounding his chest with his right hand to celebrate a dunk, and...

Ah, why not roll out the Pacers vs Pistons (2004) brawl?

Pacers vs Pistons (2004) Brawl at the Palace. Ron Artest. Every time you check your email, think -- gotta check Bob's Blitz. Follow us on Twitter. Subscribe, or Return to Bobs us... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

World Peace gets seven game suspension

The elbow heard around the world issued by World Peace last week was one of the more hanus acts I’ve seen on the basketball court since Ron Artest’s Palace brawl. I understand he was excited because over the last month he’s finally started to play a little bit, but most guys don’t knock another player unconscious while they are celebrating. James Harden the player who got...

Over/Under on Metta World Peace's Suspension for Elbowing James Harden Set at 7 1/2 Games

Metta World Peace -- formerly known as Ron Artest -- hasn't yet heard from the league office, but oddsmakers are already anticipating that the NBA will come down hard on the eccentric forward. Bovada has set the line on World Peace's suspension for elbowing James Harden at 7 1/2 games. If the over wins out, and Artest is suspended eight games or more, it would mean he would...

Metta World Peace thinks media is unfairly criticizing him for his elbow

Metta World Peace was suspended seven games by the NBA for his elbow to the head of James Harden last Sunday. The player formerly known as Ron Artest apologized after the game and said the elbow was “unintentional.” Commissioner David Stern termed it “reckless,” and Metta even said it was “brutal.” But that doesn’t mean he thinks the public beating he’s taking for...

The 11 biggest cheap shots in NBA history.

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World Peace ejection gives Hill chance to shine

LOS ANGELES On a day that saw Metta World Peace resurrect Ron Artest, the Lakers came back from the near-dead to grab a crucial win at STAPLES Center. With Kobe Bryant hitting his usual array of clutch shots and an unexpected contribution from a seldom-used backup, L.A. beat the conference-leading Oklahoma City Thunder 114-106 in a double-overtime session which lasted for 3 hours...

Video: Metta World Peace ejected for elbowing James Harden

Metta World Peace (Ron Artest) is ejected for elbowing James Harden in the head during the Los Angeles Lakers vs. Oklahoma City Thunder game in LA.
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