Rumors have emerged Metta World Peace may make a career comeback by signing on with the LA Lakers.
The Los Angeles Lakers have shopped for everything this summer: prospects and veterans, scorers and stoppers, notable names and less heralded ones. Now, they might be ready to give Peace a chance. Or another chance, rather. The Purple...Show More Summary
VideoEvery great comedy deserves a sequel, no matter the end result. For Lakers fans who were force fed a tragically boring season, it’s about time bring back a fan favorite—a class clown in the form of Metta World Peace who would raise the interest level even if his talent doesn’t [...]
If the Lakers are flirting with the idea of signing Metta World Peace, it's definitely a surprise to him. Earlier this week, NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Lakers have been talking with…
A very familiar face could be headed back to the NBA. Metta World Peace has been spending most of his time overseas, playing in China and Italy over the past two seasons. The last time we saw him play in the NBA was with the New York Knicks in 2014, during which he averaged 4.8 […]
The Lakers are reportedly considering signing free agent Metta World Peace, who played for LA from 2009-2013 and helped them win the 2010 NBA Championship. The post Report: Lakers Considering Signing Metta World Peace appeared first on SLAMonline.
LA Lakers rumors about a reunion with Metta World Peace are certainly getting interesting. The Los Angeles Lakers are currently considering offering him a one-year contract for the 2015-16 NBA season. A report from Yahoo! Sports confirms that talks between the Lakers and World Peace’s representatives have already taken place. Show More Summary
The Lakers and Metta World Peace have had "casual conversations" about the forward returning to play for the team, said an NBA official who was not authorized to speak publicly on the matter.
Lately, Metta World Peace has been living up to the “world” in his name, playing professional basketball in China (where he changed his name to “The Pandas Friend“!) and Italy (where he got ejected for an on-court fracas!). However, he has been working out at the Lakers’ practice facility this summer, and just might get signed by […]
After spending well over a year out of the league, Metta World Peace may be inching closer to a shocking return to the NBA. Continue for updates. World Peace to Potentially Reunite with Lakers Monday, Aug. 24 Yahoo Sports' Adrian Wojnarowski...Show More Summary
The one-time Laker could be on his way back to LA. Metta World Peace could be on his way back to the NBA. The Los Angeles Lakers are reportedly interested in signing the 35-year-old forward, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Show More Summary
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Kobe Bryant is NOT the Lakers welcoming committee -- and won't call new teammates like Roy Hibbert and Lou Williams until they EARN a phone call... so says Metta World Peace. Metta knows what he's talking about…
Dancing With the Stars has had many athletes compete over the past decade, from Warren Sapp to Metta World Peace. There are plenty of big NBA stars that could easily fit on that show, and Anthony Davis is no different. TMZ asked Davis...Show More Summary
Yelling and screaming can make your kids BETTER athletes... so says Metta World Peace who says he's very aggressive when he coaches because he thinks it's best for the players. With Diddy allegedly attacking a…
LeBron James was too damn ball hoggish during the NBA Finals -- and needed to share the rock with his teammates -- so says Metta World Peace. The former NBA champ was out in Hollywood Tuesday night when we asked…
Not exactly living up to his name, there.
Very normal, very good. This might shock you, but Metta World Peace né Ron Artest had something weird happen to him! He got ejected for an incredibly tiny scuffle in the final game of his Italian team's playoff series, as World Peace's...Show More Summary
In case you were wondering what ever happened to Metta World Peace, the basketball player formerly known as Ron Artest, turns out after playing a year in China he wound up in Italy this year, playing for Cantu of Legabasket Serie A. Also, judging by his jersey, he seems to have changed his named from […]
A couple of months ago, The Artist Formerly Known As Ron Artest took his talents to Italy, and things worked out about as well as you’d expect. Metta World Peace The post Metta World Peace With Five Fouls in One Minute and Ejected in Italian League (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.