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<a href="">Is Ron Artest's 7 game suspension fair?</a>

Ron-Ron/Artest/MWP... Suspend him, yes. But some perspective please!

.I think we can kinda stop the "Metta World Peace" stuff.  Seems more than a little done after his complete decking of James Harden.First, can we get this out of the way?Yes, Ron Artest (I think "Ron" has been playing for a few weeks now) deserves a suspension.  Absolutely.  That was an abhorrent act that has no place on the basketball court.  Ever.  I...

14 for 14: The Complete History of Ron Artest / Metta World Peace’s NBA Suspensions

Yesterday the NBA suspended Lakers forward Metta World Peace for seven games after World Peace concussed Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden with a flagrant elbow Sunday night. The suspension is the fourteenth in the 14-year NBA career of World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest. Metta World Peace's latest offense. With the help of Patricia Bender, who has compiled...

Metta World Peace suspended 7 games

It took a couple of days for the NBA to review the incident from Sunday afternoon where Metta World Peace of the LA Lakers found it necessary to celebrate his ferocious dunk by slamming an elbow into the side of James Harden’s head and rendering him with a concussion. The NBA and David Stern have [...]

The Punishment fits The Crime for Ron Artest (Metta World Peace)

The NBA has decided what the punishment should be for Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace, suspending him for seven games without pay for landing a vicious elbow to the back of the head of Oklahoma City Thunder guard James Harden during Sunday's game in Los Angeles. In essence, World Peace will be suspended for the first round of the upcoming NBA Playoffs, which could...

Peace be on to you: Metta World Peace faces NBA discipline for violent blow.

"His momma named him Ron, I’mma call him Ron"

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...

Afternoon Delight: Lakers are Crazy

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...

Oncourt Onslaught Podcast: Episode 15

Brett Roberts and Brandon LaChance tackle current news in the NBA, including Ron Artest (his name will remain Ron Artest).

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...

Only Seven Game Suspension For World World Peace

Metta World Peace was handed his punishment Tuesday afternoon and David Stern again got it wrong. World Peace received only a seven game suspension for his viscous elbow that concussed James Harden of the Thunder Sunday. The seven game suspension means that World Peace will miss the Lakers last game of the season but would be available in the first round of the playoffs if...

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.

In honor of Metta World War.

Report: Metta World Peace Suspended Seven Games for Elbow to James Harden's Head

Metta World Peace said it was accidental, but the league has ruled otherwise. The Lakers forward was suspended seven games without pay for elbowing Oklahoma City’s James Harden in the head, according to the NBA’s Twitter account. World Peace was given a flagrant foul two and ejected from that game, and speculation immediately began to swirl that a suspension would follow. World...

Metta World Peace's Elbow Could Derail Thunder's Championship Hopes (Podcast)

With one elbow to the side of James Harden's head, Metta World Peace (a.k.a. Ron Artest) could have ended more than just Harden's regular season. If the Oklahoma City guard ends up missing significant time due to lingering symptoms from a concussion sustained by the hit, World Peace may have cost the Thunder a shot at remaining a legitimate title contender this season. As...

Metta World Peace's Elbow to James Harden's Head Sparks Boisterous Reactions on Twitter

Metta World Peace (formerly known as Ron Artest) made headlines for all of the wrong reasons on Sunday when he threw an elbow at Thunder guard James Harden. World Peace was ejected from the game and Harden left with a concussion. World Peace apologized for the elbow after the game, but it seems obvious that he will receive some sort of suspension for taking out Harden. There were...
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