“I need all the electricity votes.”
Villains become heroes when they can amuse you in 140 characters.
Another disappointment for the Lakers.
The man, the myth, the weirdo.
Too gross. Way too gross.
This is why the Internet was made.
The world’s first (and last) watch/cell phone.
So he ate almonds out of it.
The NBA’s craziest player wasted no time reasserting his stranglehold on that title.
When you think children’s TV, you think the guy that brutally elbowed James Harden and once went into the stands to punch a fan, right? Right.
Will these two just make out already? They’re our generation’s Sam and Diane.
According to reports, the controversial Laker is playing a detective in The Eleventh Victim, a new movie based on a book written by Nancy Grace. And that’s just one of many crazy, entertaining, and unbelievable things he’s done off the court.
“It’s raining everywhere! It’s amazing! Victoria! She sounds like she’s hot!”
Metta World Peace and his Lakers were recently ousted from the NBA Playoffs. So “Metta Man” has plenty of time to skateboard over helicopters and dunk flaming basketballs all for a good cause.
When asked how Lakers coach Mike Brown affected the team’s season, Metta decided to be hilarious. This may be the funniest thing an athlete’s said in years.
No concussions this time!
Metta, are you really in the position to be calling James Harden a “substitute?”
He also doesn’t appreciate those NBA commenter judgements, and last night he told Conan his side of the story. Also, his name is still Metta World Peace.
A career full of destroying TV equipment, punching fans, and just flat out beating up his opponents has helped the artist formerly known as Artest get to that storied NBA milestone. 100 games suspended. Time to celebrate?
Metta World Peace’s elbow is among the most brazenly violent things seen in an NBA game in some time. How should the NBA respond?
And just like that Metta World Peace turned back into Ron Artest. Why’d he do it? Who the hell knows.
Because if you need career advice, you’re going to want to get it from
Ron Artest Metta World Peace. Note: These are real quotes.
Metta took to Twitter today to talk about what he would do if he were Lakers coach Mike Brown. The results are fantastic.
Or “Why I Am Disappointed In The Diminishing Craziness Of The Artist Formerly Known As Ron Artest.”
Many thought last year’s playoff bust was a temporary set-back, but things don’t look good for The Lake Show. If they don’t pull off a Dwight Howard deal, it might be time to panic.