The Los Angeles Lakers have been having one of the most intriguing offseasons in the NBA, highlighted by their use of the amnesty clause on Metta World Peace and the defection of Dwight Howard to the Houston Rockets. However, the team...Show More Summary
Metta World Peace agreed in principle to a two-year deal with the New York Knicks, according to Sam Amick of USA Today. He'll bring his unique basketball talents, along with his sometimes controversial antics, to a team that desperately needs productive bench players. For the Knicks, it's a win-win situation. Show More Summary
Metta World Peace is heading home, agreeing to a two-year deal with his hometown New York Knicks on Monday. A source close to the deal said Word Peace and the Knicks agreed in principle to the deal. The Lakers had waived World Peace on Thursday, making use of the amnesty clause, meaning the Lakers will... Show More Summary
'It's all about the players,' the former Laker tells reporters about choosing the team that is near where he grew up in Queens, N.Y. The Clippers also had been interested. Metta World Peace is going back home to play for the New York Knicks.
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Wake me in the Summer of 2015, when the Knicks are at rock bottom, starting over again.
Despite all his intricacies and overall weird behavior, adding Metta World Peace is a game-changing move for New York. While their competitors were improving their rosters, the Knicks have been hampered by limited cap space. But they...Show More Summary
Metta World Peace says he will be signing with the New York Knicks.
LAS VEGAS -- Metta World Peace is thrilled to play for the NBA team closest to his hometown of Queensbridge when he was growing up. In that sentence, "team" is the operative word. The idea of playing for this specific Knicks squad appealed to World Peace, not playing in his home city. "It's all about the players. Show More Summary
Get ready for more fashion forward basketball in New York next season. According to a Yahoo! Sports report, the New York Knicks have come to an agreement to bring aboard Free Agent forward Metta World Peace. The deal is reportedly for...Show More Summary
So much for those “going China” talks and wacky arena football dreams. Metta World Peace is going home to NY to continue his career in the NBA. The two-way star [...]
Metta World Peace has agreed to a two-year, $3.2 million contract with the New York Knicks, Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports reports. MWP was released by the Lakers last week. After none of the teams with salary cap room claimed him off waivers, he was able to sign with New York as a free agent. Show More Summary
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Update: Despite the power of the Wojbomb, World Peace may not quite be ready to join the Knicks. USA Today's Sam Amick tweets that it's not a done deal: Metta World Peace text to USAT on whether deal is done with the Knicks: "No. I'm...Show More Summary
It was mean to happen. At some point, Ron Artest, currently known as Metta World Peace, was supposed to play for his home-town New York Knicks. Better late than never. Metta World Peace has reached agreement on a two-year, $3.2 million contract with the New York Knicks, league sources told Yahoo! Sports. The second year of the deal [...]
Metta World Peace may have been cut from the Los Angeles Lakers, but it didn ’t take long for the mercurial forward to find a new home. The New York Knicks have reportedly come to terms with the forward on a two-year deal, per Adrian...Show More Summary
There's no replacing Metta World Peace. Not because the NBA free-agent market is absent wing players who could replicate the 33-year-old ex-Ron Artest's production (12.4 points, 5.0 rebounds, 1.5 assists, 1.6 steals, 40.3 percent from the field, 34.2 percent from three in 33.7 minutes in 2012-13) when placed in the proper role. Show More Summary
There's an old saying in basketball circles that has stood the test of time: Offense wins games, but defense wins championships. Recently amnestied small forward Metta World Peace cleared the waiver process and is officially a free agent. He's...Show More Summary
We're about out of NBA amnesty clause candidates this time around after the Lakers sent Metta World Peace packing. There are a couple of players who might be holding onto their seats before the deadline to use the clause in 2013 hits, but it's unlikely any other major players (Mike Miller, Drew Gooden, John Salmons) will be waived at the last minute. Show More Summary