Wednesday marked the 10th anniversary of arguably the ugliest moment in NBA history. On Thursday, Metta World Peace revealed an intriguing update to the saga. On Nov. 19, 2004, the Indiana Pacers and the Detroit Pistons were involved...Show More Summary
This week marks the 10th anniversary of one of the craziest/scariest/most regrettable incidents in NBA history. “Malice at the Palace,” as it’s come to be known, began as a scuffle between the Detroit Pistons and the Indiana Pacers on the night of Nov. 19, 2004, but it quickly escalated into a full-scale brawl between players and the fans. Ex-NBA […]
With the 10th anniversary of perhaps the most infamous moment in NBA history this Wednesday, the immortal Metta World Peace is promoting his new book, “The Untold Story of the […] The post Metta World Peace Says He Confronted JR Smith Last Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
The 2004 NBA defensive player of the year, ex-New York Knicks and L.A. Lakers star Metta World Peace and current Chinese Basketball League Sichuan Blue Whales small forward The Panda’s Friend may all be the same person, but only one iteration of the man once simply known as Ron Artest wears sneakers that could double […]
If you're wondering why he would do this, you need to get to know Metta World Peace. World Peace Wednesdays pic.twitter.com/X1IdSMNPsy — Complex Sneakers (@ComplexSneakers) November 12, 2014 There is an explanation for why the basketballing...Show More Summary
Metta World Peace just started his first season playing basketball in China for the Sichuan Blue Whales and if he has his way it will be his last. The artist formerly known as Ron Artest was a guest on "The Dan Patrick Show" when he was asked why he's playing in China at the age of 34. Show More Summary
The Panda's Friend says he could make a return to the NBA this season, but hilariously rules out two teams as landing spots. Sichuan Blue Whales forward Metta World Peace sounds very at peace. In an interview with the Dan Patrick Show...Show More Summary
Metta World Peace, former eccentric NBA star, current eccentric CBA star and lover of all things panda, has developed a way to make pandas a part of his on-court experience by grafting their heads on to his basketball shoes. [ more ...
I mean, nobody's perfect.
Ron Artest, AKA Metta World Peace, AKA The Panda’s Friend, AKA guy who desperately wants the spotlight pointing in his direction, unveiled his new sneaker today on Instagram. The shoe is… well it’s… well I guess you just have to see it for yourself. Initial reports claimed that the panda head was detachable. The plan […]
After changing his Chinese name to "The Panda's Friend" the former NBA star wants to have fun with his fans by wearing these shoes. Instead of making a shoe that includes both white and black, each show is a different color.
Metta World Peace is going to be playing basketball in China this year, and he's going to be calling himself The Friendly Panda, or something. Anyway, he's also going to be wearing the shoes you see above, because Metta World Peace does whatever he wants. Read more...
Metta World Peace — AKA The Panda's Friend — is going to wear these shoes to play basketball. You can, too. There have been reports that the panda is detachable. This is not true and v important. The bear is not detachable. The Teddy bear is a permanent and is the pandas friend! The ears on the side are also not detachable. Show More Summary
Metta World Peace is really going all-out with his new Chinese name. Last month, it was revealed that Metta World Peace was changing his Chinese name to "The Panda's Friend." Given that he loves pandas so much, he wants to get his fans...Show More Summary
Boxing champion Manny Pacquiao apparently wants to bring peace to the Philippines.
MANILA, Philippines (AP) — Manny Pacquiao has expressed interest in recruiting former NBA All Star Metta World Peace to the Filipino boxing champion's newest venture — professional basketball.
Metta World Peace, the ex-NBA star known for his eccentric and outspoken behavior, has announced yet another name change prior to playing his first season in China. After signing with the Sichuan Blue Whales, the player announced earlier this week that he will now be called "The Panda's Friend", making this his second name change in three years. [ more › ]
Metta World Peace, once known as Ron Artest, is changing his name to a less ambitious moniker: The Panda’s Friend. Correcting a post from China Daily, the NBA forward tweeted, "Guys my chinese name is not 'Panda Friend', its 'The Pandas Friend.'" Guys my chinese name is not "Panda Friend", its "The Pandas Friend". Show More Summary
China Daily reports that Metta World Peace, the basketball player formerly known as Ron Artest, has changed his name again after moving to China to play for the Sichuan Blue Whales—this time, he'll be known as "Panda Friend." World Peace denied the story was accurate: Read more...
It just makes us love him even more.