Found May 07, 2012 on
Metta World Peace's suspension has only delayed the Lakers forward's feats on the court and off. Less than two weeks after canceling his appearance on Conan O'Brien's late-night TBS show, World Peace will be on Monday night, according to Conan's website. The show starts at 11 p.m. World Peace has been under scrutiny for the past few weeks after being suspended by the NBA for elbowing Oklahoma City's James Harden in the head. The act and suspension brought back memories of World Peace's turbulent past, when the player was better known for being a brawling Ron Artest than winning championships...
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I still refuse to call him Metta World Peace. This appearance was originally scheduled for two days after the James Harden incident, but was pushed back for obvious reasons.
Metta World Peace has had a crazy month so far in the NBA.Obviously, we all know what happened two weeks when he went Ron Artest mode on James Harden, elbowing the side of his head.Looking to return soon for the Lakers in the NBA Playoffs, World Peace has a lot going for him as of late.As he tweeted on Saturday, the forward says he will be coming out with a mixtape for his music...
Athletes commonly experience an emotional roller coasting while competing — perhaps put no better than the late ABC Wide World of Sports weekly introduction that depicted the sport experience going from “the thrill of victory to the agony of defeat.” The point is that sports prompt athletes to become emotional — and herein is where aggressive and unsportsmanlike acts often...
A suspended Metta World Peace stopped by Conan last night to give his thoughts on the elbow heard round the world. Metta goes on to say that he’s a retro/throwback player and has to maintain that edge. After the Lakers close out Denver we know who’s waiting for them.-TO
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