Found November 12, 2012 on The NBA Passionista:

The Los Angeles Lakers defeated the Sacramento Kings 103-90 Sunday night, and afterwards Metta World Peace talked with Jim Gray about the Mike Brown situation and also the situation of DeMarcus Cousins as well. The best part is towards the end of the video, in which, World Peace wants to pop bottles with Jim Gray. [...]The post Metta World Peace Wants to Pop Bottles With Jim Gray (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.

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