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Former Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace cleared waivers late Sunday afternoon, making him available to sign with any NBA team. According to an ESPN source, World Peace wants to play for the New York Knicks, who have already reached out to him. The Knicks can offer him
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Now that Ron Artest has found freedom the combative NBA star is expressing his new found professional preferences.
The former Los Angeles Laker gave his thoughts after he was hit with the dreaded amnesty clause.
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Metta World Peace was released by the Lakers via the amnesty provision, and now he is talking about what he will do next.
The Knicks have reportedly signed the recently amnestied Metta World Peace to a two-year deal, but apparently no one informed MWP of the deal.
Outside of the convenient use of the “Metta World Peace” name for this headline (we just had to do it once), Turn On The Knicks will be referring to Ron Artest as Ron Artest. Moving on, it is starting to sound imminent that the Knicks will pull the trigger on signing Artest, who is meeting with team officials in Las Vegas this week. There is some chatter about him considering...
I think the artist formerly know as Ron Artest is just having some fun with the media. I think he will be back in the NBA next year, but I also believe if he did go to China it would awesome.
He is already getting paid by the Lakers, so take half the year off, go play in China and come back for a contender ala Tracy McGrady.
“I don’t really want to play for anybody,” World...
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Metta World Peace is keeping busy now that he’s a free agent. The Baller formerly known as Ron Artest is heading to the Grove on Tuesday, July 23rd to read his children’s book, Metta’s Bedtime Stories. Metta’s Bedtime Stories was written to help children think about things that happen from day to day and to assist them in learning new ideas and...
The New York Knicks officially signed Metta World Peace AKA Ron Artest to a 2 year deal yesterday. Beyond that, it was revealed JR Smith is getting surgery on his patella tendon and is out 3-4 months. Naturally, Joe Caporoso and Chris Celletti had to break into one of their famed, rant-based discussions on it. So what of PEACE and #Pipe?
Joe Caporoso - JR Smith and Metta World...
Early on in week three of the NBA free agency period, some interesting, but not so surprising, news has surfaced concerning some bigger names around the league.
World Peace in New York
One piece of news that originally surfaced late last week was that Metta World Peace, formerly Ron Artest, had been waived by the Los Angeles Lakers via the amnesty clause. The assumption is that...
As we continue our Metta World Peace-palooza here on That NBA Lottery Pick, Mr. World Peace decided to wax poetic regarding the last time that he was a free agent.
The year was 2009 and Metta was trying to decide his next location after playing with the Houston Rockets and apparently, he wanted to play for an Eastern Conference team that he had a history with according to reports...
The Knicks have improved but so has the rest of the top teams in the east.
The Big Leagues The player formerly known as Ron Artest signs with his hometown team.
Some links from around the World Wide Web late on this Monday evening:
• As expected, the Knicks agreed to terms on a two-year deal with Metta World Peace this afternoon. The Clippers were another rumored NBA destination, as well as the tease by World Peace that he would play in China. In the end, the Knicks were able to add the former Ron Artest and native New Yorker to the roster...
Making the transfer from Hollywood to Broadway, is a rather common occurrence for inhabitants of the “Big Apple,” however rarely do they take place with so much intrigue and excitement. Turns out that the NBA retirement of Metta World Peace is on hold as the “New York Post” reported Monday that the Free Agent veteran has agreed to a two-year pact with the New York Knicks...