It’s amazing how so much can change in a short amount of time. It’s even more amazing when the thing that changes is the reigning defensive player of the year, and a two-time All-NBA third team member. For Ron Artest Metta World Peace not much forgiveness was given—neither from the basketball gods nor the basketball fans themselves—after November 19, 2004 (Malice at the Palace).
First there was Chad Johnson changing his name Chad Ochocincom and now there is Ron Artest changing his name to Metta World Peace. The Metta World Peace era has officially begun—barring a lockout of the NBA season—and maybe this wil... Read Post
Ron Artest is good, but it just doesn’t have that zing to it. Now Metta World Peace, that has pazazz. Lakers’ forward Ron Artest is trying to legally change his name to Metta World Peace. Artest sites personal reason in his filing f... Read Post