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While it wasn’t the same impact James Harden returned favor to Metta World Peace by elbowing him in the face. Of course we all remember the vicious elbow to the jaw World Peace gave to Harden, just before the regular season ended. For that World Peace was suspended for 7 games, with many of those coming in the playoffs.
Now the Lakers and the Thunder are in the middle of a playoff series. In game 2 Harden kind of got revenge on Artest.
In the 1st quarter Harden was trying to beat World Peace off the dribble. In doing so Harden accidentally elbowed World Peace in the face. It is pretty clear that the impact was no were close of World Peace’s blow to Harden.
Check out video of the play below.
World Peace was ejected in 114-106 double overtime win for the Lakers just before the start of the playoffs. World Peace received a flagrant two foul for hitting Harden in the head with his elbow.
Late in the 2nd quarter World Peace threw down a monster dunk to cut the Thunde...
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Metta World Peace indicated his plans to avoid making peace with James Harden prior to the playoff series between the Thunder and Lakers, and it looks like Harden got at least some revenge during Game 2 on Wednesday. Early in the game, Harden was being guarded by Metta and went behind his back with a dribble. His left arm went flailing and his elbow caught World Peace in the face...
Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden made a steal and shot a 3-pointer in one fourth quarter sequence during Friday night's Game 3 of their NBA Western Conference semifinal series against the Los Angeles Lakers. As the Lakers called a timeout, ESPN cut to a James Harden fan wearing his jersey, headband and beard who was pretty excited after the play.
Last week, Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden won the NBA sixth man award and I guess it perfect timing for some Thunder fans who decided to make the below parody song.Check out this track called, "Beard Like Harden" using Maroon 5's "Moves Like Jagger" as its inspiration:
Remember when Metta World Peace delivered the elbow that rocked the NBA to James Harden?
Harden may not remember it, after the elbow resulted in a concussion.
Remember or not, Harden got some unintentional revenge last night.
Reggie Miller quick to point out that it was “inadvertant”, and...
Previously on Outside the Boxscore, we showed you Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden getting elbowed in the face by Lakers forward Metta World Peace.
During last night's game two of their playoff series, Harden got his revenge when he elbowed World Peace right in the face midway through the first quarter:
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James Harden gave Metta World Peace a taste of his own medicine Wednesday night when he inadvertently caught World Peace in the face with his elbow.
If you tuned into Game 1 between the Lakers and Thunder on Monday night, you may have noticed that the Oklahoma City fans are not fond of the artist formerly known as Ron Artest. As payback for the elbow he dropped on James Harden during the regular season, the fans booed Metta World Peace throughout the entire game. Depsite the boos, Metta has no problem with the fans — particularly...
You cannot blame everyone for being a little tight when the Lakers traveled to Oklahoma City for Game One of their matchup against the Thunder.
It was not too long ago (about three weeks) that the league suspended Lakers forward Ron Artest Metta World Peace for seven games after he appeared to purposefully elbow Thunder guard James Harden while celebrating a dunk. World Peace went...
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