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Metta World Peace made his New York Knicks debut Wednesday at Madison Square Garden. Instead of driving in a car or taking a helicopter to get from Queensbridge to Manhattan to join the Knicks, World Peace traveled by subway. From Newsday:  His dream of becoming a Knick finally a reality in his 15th year in the NBA, World Peace thought it would only be appropriate to return home to Queensbridge and take the subway to his first regular-season game at the Garden, like he had done so many 

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