Metta World Peace, the Lakers forward formerly known as Ron Artest, has had his moments of questionable judgement over the years. The latest incident involving MWP is the now infamous elbow he connected that led to a James Harden concussion, which cost Mr. Peace a seven-game suspension. WLS, ABC’s Chicago affiliate, decided to express how [...]
Metta World Peace indicated his plans to avoid making peace with James Harden prior to the playoff series between the Thunder and Lakers, and it looks like Harden got at least some revenge during Game 2 on Wednesday. Early in the game, Harden was being guarded by Metta and went behind his back with a dribble. His left arm went flailing and his elbow caught World Peace in the face...
You didn’t really think this was over, did you? During the introductions before Game 1 of the Thunder-Lakers series on Monday night, the Oklahoma City crowd rained boos down on Metta World Peace. In fact, the boos continued throughout the entire game and were pretty close to constant. Maybe it took its toll on Metta, or maybe he just genuinely doesn’t like James Harden for...
While it wasn’t the same impact James Harden returned favor to Metta World Peace by elbowing him in the face. Of course we all remember the vicious elbow to the jaw World Peace gave to Harden, just before the regular season ended. For that World Peace was suspended for 7 games, with many of those coming in the playoffs.
Now the Lakers and the Thunder are in the...
Via The Hair of the Dog Sports Blog
May 17, 2012
Remember when Metta World Peace delivered the elbow that rocked the NBA to James Harden?
Harden may not remember it, after the elbow resulted in a concussion.
Remember or not, Harden got some unintentional revenge last night.
Reggie Miller quick to point out that it was “inadvertant”, and...
If you tuned into Game 1 between the Lakers and Thunder on Monday night, you may have noticed that the Oklahoma City fans are not fond of the artist formerly known as Ron Artest. As payback for the elbow he dropped on James Harden during the regular season, the fans booed Metta World Peace throughout the entire game. Depsite the boos, Metta has no problem with the fans — particularly...
Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace (the NBA player formerly known as Ron Artest) is a polarizing figure. He’s a great interview, but comes off weird, sometimes idiotic to many. Whoever designed this screen designation for the local ABC Chicago affiliate is likely one of those fans who dislike him.
I actually think MWP is a smart guy, but I still find this screen grab...
Metta World Peace was booed on Monday night during the player intros in game one of Lakers vs. Thunder at Chesapeake Energy Arena. That’s to be expected after the elbow he delivered to fan favorite and sixth man of the year, James Harden. What makes this even more perfect? Star Wars’ “evil empire” theme being [...]
This game was awesome. Laker fans are so quick to turn on their own team. Kobe makes a shot and he's the best player in the league. Kobe turns it over and they want him amnestied. I sure slept well last night. A blow out win for my Celtics and then a soul crushing come from behind win by my Thunder. And a good game by Perk to boot. I think my favorite comment was the...
This NBA season has been splattered with the lockout, elbows from Ron Artest Metta World Peace, poorly played basketball and non-compelling storylines. It’s not been a banner year for David Stern. For the Boston Celtics, before the tipoff of this condensed season, injuries struck. The story actually goes back to a oft debated, late season [...]
In the finals seconds of Game 2, Ron Artest found a wide open Steve Blake in the right corner for what would have been a game-winning 3-pointer. Steve Blake missed it. And, of course, the rational reaction to seeing that was to send him and his wife death threats on Twitter.
"I hope your family gets murdered," read one tweet that Kristen Blake re-tweeted along with...
Don’t mind NBC L.A., they’re just confused on which Kings team is in the NHL playoffs. Can you blame them? Kings hockey hasn’t been in the news this much in 20 years. Of course confusing the Sacramento Kings and the Los Angeles Kings officially cost a USC intern his/her career at NBC. Over.
In NBA news, the Thunder thumped the Lakers, 119-90, and gave us this great front page...
By Payton Wales
You know that new Gatorade commercial that talks about the first step you take can lead to your failure and success? It shows all the junk food and then the Gatorade chews?
Well, the Lakers ate the junk food before Monday night's game. And I mean ALL the junk food. They had to have because the Laker team that stepped onto the court in Oklahoma City might...
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