Metta World Peace talked for a bit on a cooking show.
It’ll all be on the Metta app.
“Everybody stop it.”
Metta World Peace Is Now Friends With Fan Who Started Brawl In Detroit Some of you may be too young to remember at this point, but many of us will never forget the night that teammates Metta World Peace FKA
They talk daily.
Metta felt really bad about it.
Metta World Peace put down the drugs for a basketball and hasn't looked back since. The post Metta World Peace Says He Learned to Cook Crack at Age 13 (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
He's 36 years old... but Metta World Peace says he ain't ready to ride off into the sunset just yet -- telling TMZ Sports he hopes to return to the Lakers for his 17th season! Metta was out at a charity event at Bootsy Bellows nightclub --…
“It wasn’t that bad.”
All Metta World Peace remembers from Kobe Bryant’s final game is that by the time it was over he had given himself a headache. “I was animated even when he was missing, man,” World Peace said Thursday. “I figured if he is going to miss every shot, then I am going to cheer for him all night.” World...
The realest moment in NBA postgame memory occurred after the Lakers won the 2010 championship. As Craig Sager interviewed Metta World Peace (né Ron Artest) about his clutch fourth-quarter play, the Lakers forward abruptly shouted, “Queensbridge in the building.” Then he made the salmon-suited Sager emphatically blurt, “Queensbridge!” Many viewers...
Kobe Bryant was expected to skip Tuesday's game against Sacramento, according to Lakers forward Metta World Peace, who said he was told he would take Bryant's spot in the lineup. Bryant has been trying to save his body for the April 13 season finale, and has made a habit of sitting out games at...
Metta World Peace is in his 16th NBA season and contributing sparingly for the lowly Los Angeles Lakers. He has played in just 23 of the Lakers’ 65 games this season and is averaging career lows in points (4.3 per game) and shootingShow More Summary
Kobe Bryant and longtime Lakers trainer Gary Vitti will retire next month. Metta World Peace isn't ready to join them. "I still want to get in the playoffs again. I want to do a couple more years," the Lakers forward said Tuesday. "This year I didn't play much so I kind of saved myself. I'm going...
The first time I learned lovingkindness meditation, or metta, I was at a weekend retreat a couple of hours away from my house. As I drove home, I sent the standard wishes to the other drivers -- May you be safe, may you be happy, may...Show More Summary
Mental illness is nothing to joke about, and professional athletes are not immune to it. There are those athletes like Metta World Peace who are trying to do their part to help destigmatize mental health among his fellow athletes.
After helping the Lakers win the 2010 NBA Finals, Metta World Peace gave a shout-out to his psychologist and inadvertently became one of the most visible symbols for mental health. The athlete joined HuffPost Live on Wednesday and said his openness with mental health stems from his broader goal of destigmatizing the issue. Show More Summary
Metta World Peace doesn't believe Derek Fisher's string of losses is the only reason the former New York Knicks coach was fired earlier this month. The NBA player, who rejoined the Lakers roster last year, suggested that Fisher's high-profile altercation with Memphis Grizzlies forward Matt Barnes likely factored into the decision to let Fisher go. Show More Summary
The world needs more love, compassion and understanding. Loving Kindness Meditation helps us understand that all beings deserve compassion. ...