As if Metta World Peace's reckless elbow to the back of James Harden's head wasn't bad enough, the Los Angeles Lakers' erratic small forward is now quite literally adding insult to injury. After a surprisingly effective performance in Game 7 against the Denver Nuggets, World Peace told reporters he doesn't "shake substitutes' hands," making reference to his plans for Harden in Monday's Game 1 against the Oklahoma City Thunder (via ESPN LA's Dave McMenamin ): "I shake everybody's hand before the game, but Oklahoma City, they don't shake hands," World Peace said.
Metta World Peace left Oklahoma City forward James Harden with a concussion after a violent elbow to the head in the Los Angeles Lakers’ 114-106 double-overtime victory Sunday. Now, what kind of punishment will the NBA hand down? Re... Read Post
James Harden's head might not be the only thing to have been dented by Metta World Peace's flagrant elbow during the Oklahoma City Thunder's 114-106 double-overtime loss to the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday. According to Darnell Mayb... Read Post