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Metta World Peace Shows Violent Side Again

It was vicious and brutal, violent and brazen. It was indefensible, incomprehensible and intentional. And no matter how much Metta World Peace (aka Ron Artest) has mellowed during three seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers, the elbow he threw Sunday harks back to his past transgressions. After a nice dunk during the Lakers' home game against the Oklahoma City Thunder, World Peace began celebrating on his way back up the court.
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