During Thursday's matchup vs. the Cleveland Cavaliers, New York Knicks forward Metta World Peace did his best impression of Kyrie Irving "flopping" for a foul call. [Beyond The Buzzer] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
I can’t even spell the sound effect that goes with this move.
Tread lightly, Larry, you know how this ninja gets… Metta World Peace Twitter Rants About Larry Holmes Criticism Of Mayweather According to TMZ reports: Ex-boxing champ Larry Holmes is “BRINGING DOWN” the black community … all because he went
? For the Knicks, center Tyson Chandler (upper respiratory infection), point guard Beno Udrih (left knee), point guard Pablo Prigioni (toe), forward Jeremy Tyler (personal reasons) and forward Metta World Peace (left knee) are out. "I don't know, I think it's probably day-to-day," coach Mike Woodson said of Chandler. Show More Summary
If you ever find yourself rummaging around the sports garage, you will find we have plenty of Rob Gronkowski parties, an ample supply of precious Mike Woodson reactions and enough steroid debate to fill Alex Rodriguez's beach house.Show More Summary
Catchy song about a crazy person.
Here’s the New York Post with an update on New York Knicks forward Metta World Peace: Metta World Peace said he’s already feeling the good effects from the platelet-rich plasma (PRP) blood-spinning procedure he underwent on his knees Monday. World Peace, who has played just two games since Dec. 21 because of an arthritic left knee, said [...]
New York Knicks forward Metta World Peace is an ever-interesting personality who isn't afraid to drop his opinion on Twitter about whatever is on his mind. On Monday, Jan. 6, the 34-year-old veteran came to the defense of another polarizing,...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks were without leading scorer Carmelo Anthony and forward Metta World peace for Saturday's game against the Raptors.
Prior to the New York Knicks' Friday night game against the Toronto Raptors, the New York media was focused on injuries and ownership. On the injury front, the Knicks ruled Carmelo Anthony out for the game, and Iman Shumpert and Metta World Peace were questionable. Show More Summary
Finally, it's here. No, we aren't talking about flying cars, hoverboards or a device that can aptly explain what it is that goes through the minds of J.R. Smith or Metta World Peace. We are referring to that trailer for the new reality...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks lost again Saturday, despite coach Mike Woodson's mandated curfew on Friday night—a curfew about which Metta World Peace apparently didn 't get the memo. Dan McCarney of the San Antonio Express-News summarized the...Show More Summary
Oh, Metta World Peace. Please never change. When asked by USA Today's Jeff Zillgitt about his role when he eventually returns from his left knee problems, he delivered what can only be considered the quintessential MWP response. Rather...Show More Summary
Here’s ESPN New York reporting on Metta World Peace trying to find peace with his knees: Metta World Peace sat out of Saturday’s game against Memphis with a left knee issue that may keep him out for an extended period. The veteran forward said before Saturday’s game he’s unsure if he can play Monday against Orlando. “I just [...]
With the Knicks leading by two and :15 left in the game, Andrea Bargnani inexplicably took this 3-point attempt. All New York had to (...)
As Bradley Beal drove for what proved to be the game-winning basket during the Washington Wizards’ stunning 102-101 win over the New York Knicks, a helpless Beno Udrih turned his head to behold every beaten player’s worse fear: a complete lack of help defense. The two players in the best position to help, J.R. Show More Summary
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
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