Found July 21, 2012 on
Ron Artest has friends? Does that mean Metta World Peace has friends too? Remember the infamous Ron Artest brawl with the Detroit Pistons in 2004? It was called Malice in the Palace, so if you don't, take a look at the video at the bottom. All the drama started when some idiotic fan threw a beverage at Artest. Well, apparently Artest and the fan, who goes by the name of John Green, are now buddies, according to Deadspin and Sports Radio Interviews. You're probably wondering how this happened. It seems like social media struck again. It started with Peace visiting...
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The player formerly known as Ron Artest is now friends with the man who threw a drink at him inciting the infamous brawl.
Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace is taking his off-season seriously. He’s doing some serious partying this summer.
That’s right, just days after World Peace said that he wanted “to be one of the best again,” he took his staff out to a nightclub called Bootsy Bellows. It’s a celebrity hangout. Justin Bieber and Katy Perry party there.
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Ron Artest in the stands
One of the league’s most interesting players, Metta World Peace, never fails to amaze us. Sometimes good, sometimes bad. Either way, he always keeps us interested.
I’m sure you remember the Brawl at the Palace between the Indiana Pacers and the Detroit Pistons that led to a flurry of suspensions, fines, etc. At the center of this incident was the player...
Detroit Pistons center said he is "50-50" about whether he will retire or return to the Pistons next season. WTVR-TV in Richmond, Va. reported Saturday that Wallace, who has played 17 seasons in the NBA, said some of his decision will be based on how he performs in the summer league in sponsors in Richmond. "I'll be out here," Wallace said. "How much...