When the Sacramento Kings added Rudy Gay to their team via trade, they got the type of proven wing player not seen since the days of Ron Artest (now Metta World Peace). But while Gay is a proven scorer in this league, there are alsoShow More Summary
? Overtime Viewers Guide The List ICYMI Say What This Week In GIFs googleplus facebook witter up The Knicks: a disaster in 3 acts. Paul Flannery Act I: Knicks locker room, pregame Metta World Peace was holding court. We should provide...Show More Summary
Through the torture and tumult of the New York Knicks’ disastrous first two months, there’s been one refrain capable of adding a dash of levity—albeit slight—to a lead-heavy situation: Metta World Peace holding court. With his teammates...Show More Summary
Yesterday’s (and 2013?s) big sports news was the fight between New York Knicks teammates Metta World Peace and Kenyon Martin over macaroni and cheese. Peace thought shells were better. Martin preferred elbows. AND THEY FOUGHT ABOUT IT. Yesterday’s...Show More Summary
This statement from Metta World Peace in the New York Daily News regarding his fight with teammate Kenyon Martin is the most important sports quote you’ll ever read, so I need you to stop whatever you’re doing and follow along carefully. Seriously. “We were eating pasta. He had elbow pasta, I had shell pasta, and I told him how my shell pasta is better than his elbow pasta.
Tempers continue to flare as the New York Knicks discover losing isn't all peaches, cream and 112 sing-a-longs. Losers of their last nine, the Knicks are searching for answers. For a win. But in the absence of answers and winning, they've...Show More Summary
Who said what in the NBA last week, including gems from former Lakers Metta World Peace and Brian Shaw. Sweet nothings
Metta World Peace is everywhere. In addition to being a member of the 2013-14 New York Knicks, World Peace is a rapper, actor, Nickelodeon gold medalist and a million other things—or at least it seems like it. But just because he makes...Show More Summary
Pea or Peace, the choice is yours.
New York Knicks small forward Metta World Peace will miss Tuesday's game against the Detroit Pistons with a left knee injury. Ian Begley of ESPNNewYork.com reported that World Peace had fluid drained from the knee and that his status...Show More Summary
Conspiracy and in-fighting involving an NBA player and his brother? Must be the New York Knicks. Knicks forward Metta World Peace has been deactivated for Saturday night's game against the Atlanta Hawks with what the front office is claiming to be a knee injury, per Ian Begley of ESPN New York. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks were without Metta World Peace on Saturday night against Atlanta, but might soon have more of Amare Stoudemire.
Metta World Peace was born today in 1979, 'Ol Dirty Bastard died today in 2004, and yesterday we learned Batman bin Supraman was arrested in Singapore. It's November 13th, 2013 and here's everything you need to know to survive today: 1. Show More Summary
Not much has gone right for the New York Knicks this season. Head coach Mike Woodson has struggled to properly integrate new additions Andrea Bargnani, Metta World Peace and Beno Udrih into effective lineup combinations. JR Smith, the team's second leading scorer last season, only returned from a five-game suspension on November 10th. Show More Summary
Metta World Peace knows a thing or two about greatness and what it can mean for a team's championship hopes in the NBA. He spent three seasons playing alongside (and sucking up to) Kobe Bryant, the first of which yielded a title forShow More Summary
Metta World Peace made his debut as a member of the New York Knicks on Wednesday night and he got to Madison Square Garden in the most Metta way possible: he took the F train. Yep. Just another New Yorker, riding the subway to work. World Peace, still known in these parts as Ron Artest, […]
The New York Knicks are a much younger team than they were a year ago, and, as a result, they could be short of leaders in the 2013-14 season. Jason Kidd, Rasheed Wallace, Kurt Thomas and Marcus Camby have all left the team, and though...Show More Summary
It appears Metta World Peace enjoyed a nice leisurely subway ride to Madison Square Garden before his first regular season game as a member the New York Knicks. Newsday reporter Jim Baumbach documented the ride on Twitter: ESPN's Ian Begley shared World Peace's reason for taking the subway: The Knicks open up their season against the Milwaukee Bucks. Show More Summary