Still a loose cannon.
Don't be fooled by the name— Metta World Peace can still let his temper get the best of him in games. During a recent Venice Basketball League game in Venice, California, World Peace looked a little bit more like Ron Artest than what his name might imply. Show More Summary
It's already been a busy offseason for the New York Knicks. New team president Phil Jackson has already worked a great deal of magic with the franchise by keeping Carmelo Anthony in the fold and acquiring Cleanthony Early through the draft in what appears to be a second-round steal. Show More Summary
Metta World Peace wants to continue his basketball career. The New York Knicks are thinking about taking the plunge—again. Marc Berman of the New York Post reported Saturday that the Knicks have had internal discussions about giving World Peace a non-guaranteed training camp invite. Show More Summary
The Bucks' rookie is a hybrid forward with a wide frame and lots of strength. One of Metta World Peace's former workout coaches explains why Parker should study the former Pacers star's game. LAS VEGAS -- When most fans think of an big...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers have awoken from their slumber. Sure, it took general manager Mitch Kupchak and Co. missing out on all of the big names to rise and participate, but as they say in a cliche manner, better late than never. Both Nick Young and Jordan Hill are back in the fold, and Jeremy Lin is on the roster after a trade. Show More Summary
Metta World Peace's NBA career may be nearing an end, but his career as a recording artist is still going strong. The 34-year-old played in only 29 games with the New York Knicks this past season, so he had some time to focus on hisShow More Summary
“Whatever gin and juice that the industry drinking/I want the full cocktail, pass the damn Franklins” Metta World Peace’s biggest weapon as an emcee is the fact that he’s Metta World Peace. Being honest, 90% (okay, 100%) of the reason I clicked play was because whenever an athlete releases a song, you listen to the damn thing.
Jimmy Kimmel Live and Amar’e Stoudemire asked Metta World Peace to go to a non-existent event so they could send him on an annoying limo ride. It’s worth watching just for Cousin Sal’s jokes. Keep getting them checks Amar’e!
Wednesday on Jimmy Kimmel Live, Metta World Peace got pranked in pretty epic fashion by Amare Stoudemire and Cousin Sal. Check it out. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GR4J2VV1vjo The constant interruptions, the irritating mariachi music, refusing to let the former Ron Artest leave the limo…oh man, this is brilliant.
Ten years ago, Jimmy Kimmel would have gotten a much different reaction from Metta World Peace following his recent prank of the retired NBA player.
Cool prank, meanies. I have already made it clear that I think JImmy Kimmel is a manipulative monster, and I'm now sad to report he's recruited a player from my favorite basketball team onto his terror squad. If you want, here's Kimmel...Show More Summary
With the help of Cousin Sal, Jimmy Kimmel and Amar’e Stoudemire pranks Metta World Peace. Watch as the basketball player formerly known as Ron Artest reacts when confronted with an obnoxious limo driver.
Metta World Peace has done some crazy things over the year, but this time, he was on the receiving end of a terrific prank. World Peace had already been pranked by Cousin Sal on Jimmy Kimmel Live in the past. This time, a former teammate got in on the bit. New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire teamed up with Cousin Sal to freak out World Peace. Show More Summary
While former Lakers and Knicks forward Metta World Peace remains a free agent, he's signed on to work as a girl's high school hoops coach.
Metta World Peace is headed back to high school. The NBA forward, who recently spent time with the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks, is set to join the coaching staff of one of the top high school in the Los Angeles area, Palisades High. World Peace will be an assistant coach for the
Metta World Peace is back in basketball. World Peace won’t be suiting up in an NBA uniform this time around - after the Knicks bought out his contract on Feb. 24 - instead he will be coaching the girls basketball team at Palisades High in Los Angeles.
Metta World Peace won an NBA championship with the Lakers in 2010, made the All-Star team in 2004, and was named defensive player of the year in 2004.
Metta World Peace is hoping his new gig as a high school women's basketball coach can help him achieve his ultimate goal... coaching in the NBA... TMZ Sports has learned. Peace recently accepted a job as an assistant coach at Palisades High…
The 34-year-old former Knick is battling with his ex in Manhattan Family Court over her claims that he owes her their son’s $38,355-per-year high school tuition at Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn.