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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.
Wednesday turned out to be the day Pallacanestro Cantù, a team in Italy’s Serie A basketball league, played its final game of the season. Apparently for Metta World Peace the end of the season still couldn’t come soon enough, so he got himself tossed out. The artist formerly known as Ron Artest — then more recently […]
Former Laker Metta World Peace finished his season with Italy's Serie A club Pallacanestro Cantu on a less-than-stellar note.
You can take Ron Artest out of America…
Metta World Peace's son is already a high school phenom... being recruited by multiple college programs... but the most impressive part -- he's only been playing organized basketball for 1 year!!! Metta called in to…
Metta World Peace ends his campaign to be the next St. John's coach
Long before he was even named Metta World Peace, the former NBA player was a standout at St. John’s University so when the school (...)
St. John's alumnus Metta World Peace formally registered his interest in the Red Storm coaching job.
Metta says he's matured, and he has a different mindset these days. He also says he'll retire when he's 40 and he's loving life playing around the world. The post Metta World Peace: ‘I Always Had the Street Mentality’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Metta World Peace, the forward formerly known as Ron Artest, is a St. John’s great, and he has now expressed his interest in coaching his alma mater on Twitter. While reports have surfaced that St. John’s legend Chris Mullin is a candidate...Show More Summary
Metta World Peace is catching on all over the globe.
Heading into the swansong of his career, former NBA All-Star Metta World Peace is a changed man.