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.
Just when you think you’ ve seen it all with Metta World Peace, well, you haven’t. The enigmatic NBA veteran has accomplished a lot in his 15-year career, but apparently he isn ’t satisfied and wants to try something new in life. According...Show More Summary
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Seems like his NBA career is over.
Justin Bieber's not a racist, he's just NOT educated... so says Metta World Peace -- who tells us if JB wants an N-word pass, he needs to clock some serious hours in some REAL hoods. "He's got to chill in Compton a little bit more... ya gotta…
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There's a saying in NBA circles that goes something like this: Any Metta World Peace news is good Metta World Peace news. OK, so that phrase doesn't actually exist in the hoops lexicon, but perhaps it should. When is the last time a World Peace story leaked that wasn't good? On second thought, don't answer that. Show More Summary
NBA player Metta World Peace weighed in on the Donald Sterling outcry on Fox News Monday, telling Greta Van Susteren that he believes racism is a "mental health issue" and Sterling can be "healed," so he should seek treatment and get help immediately.
Jennifer Palma, the boy’s mother, filed a lawsuit in Manhattan Family Court this week demanding Metta World Peace put up $140,000 so their son, Jeron Artest, can attend Poly Prep Country Day School in Brooklyn.
Building a roster with zero cap space is a challenge that yields mediocrity more often than not. Phil Jackson faces plenty of issues in the upcoming weeks, and if he can remedy some of his roster's defensive woes by luring cheap veteran...Show More Summary
Metta World Peace wants to be President of the United States... and he's running on a platform that would make David Duke blush. Metta went on Twitter and fired off his plan, which includes...-- Rice for Latino and Asian people -- Salad and…
Here’s the New York Post reporting on former Knicks forward Metta World Peace, a veteran who at this point in his NBA career would be best given limited minutes off the bench as a defensive stopper: It was equivalent to a job interview. Metta World Peace, who lives in Beverly Hills, ran up to Phil Jackson’s [...]
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