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Ron Artest Metta World Peace is not known for being the most intelligent man in basketball but he has an answer for who is (at least on the Lakers...)
Metta World Peace was asked if Steve Nash is the smartest player on the Lakers: "He's white, so probably yes."
— Mark Medina (@MarkGMedina) October 2, 2012
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BRING THE BRAIN
Metta World Peace responded to a question about the smartest Laker in a way that only he can.
Over the years, I’ve come to learn that are times when Ron Artest is seriously crazy and there are others that he’s just a really bad joke teller.
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Metta World Peace has joked about joining the NFL in the past, but he’s always been serious about exploring a boxing career in addition to playing professional basketball. The Lakers forward is so serious about boxing that he actually met with several promoters. He even says that he may sign with Floyd Mayweather Jr.’s promotional company — the Money Team.
“I know Floyd...
Ron Artest, errrrr, Metta World Peace, please don’t ever change. The artist formerly known as Ron Artest has a history littered with off the cuff comments that are questionable, and actions that are borderline irredeemable (we all remember what happened way back that night in The Palace). Metta World Peace has become a voice for [...]
As previously noted before on this fine website, I'm a huge fan of Lakers forward Metta World Peace aka Ron Artest.During a conversation with reporters about flopping in the NBA, Metta decided to use Lakers beat reporter Mark Medina as a charge prop:(Courtesy of Sports Kings)
(Eds: APNewsNow. With AP Photos.) By GREG BEACHAM AP Sports Writer Steve Nash is learning about much more than just his new city and new teammates during his first few days with the Los Angeles Lakers.
The two-time MVP point guard is also learning an offense that's like nothing he has ever run in 16 NBA seasons.
The Lakers are incorporating major elements of the famed ball...
Oh, Metta...may you never change:(Courtesy of Last Angry Fan)
Brandon Jennings added a running floater to his game last season, a move he picked up from watching Steve Nash.
PHOENIX -- Based on suggestions from the barking dogs of pessimism, the Phoenix Suns must replace a Hall-of-Fame point guard and their starting center.
Steve Nash and his more conventional haircut have left for Los Angeles. Marcin Gortat, according to Nash-as-Geppetto theory, will be returning to mediocrity.
But the 28-year-old Gortat, who produced career highs in points (15.4...
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- Los Angeles was ready to erupt into fireworks. After all, it was July 4th when news broke the Lakers were on the verge of acquiring Steve Nash from the Phoenix Suns in a sign-and-trade.
Mike Brown was oh, so happy.
Lakers fans everywhere were ecstatic. Suns fans were not.
Neither was Denver Nuggets head coach George Karl, who admitted to the Denver Post...
“Here’s the thing: Some people are just very, very dumb. I keep hearing it from some people that I just want to score and that other stuff. Nobody has won more championships than me in my entire generation. I’ve got five of them. You can’t be selfish and win one championship, let alone five. That argument should be in the coffin by now. I don’t like having the ball.”...