Stuff Metta World Peace Says
If you’ve been on the internet for the past, I don’t know, month or so, then you’ve seen the plethora of videos called “Stuff _____ Says.” These videos are getting a bit old, but as an NBA fan I appreciate this compilation of sound clips featuring everyone’s favorite player: Ron Artest aka Metta World Peace. Just press play and enjoy.
Metta World Peace Throws Down vs. the Utah Jazz (Dec. 27)
There’s a lot to like (or more like laugh at) with this play. Let’s break it down:
In all seriousness, though, people clown on Ron Ron (though they have good reason to) so much that it’s forgotten that he can play. Yes, many times on the court he has incredible lapses of judgement, often taking horrible shots. Then he comes up with plays like this. Yeah, maybe he should’ve taken that wide open 3, but why not go for the sure shot. It’s a reminder that he’s just another basketball player like the rest of them.
But then again, I’m talking about a dude who changed his name to Metta World Peace.
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Ron Artest Metta World Peace is thankful to God that he still has teeth
I honestly don’t know how to react to this. How do you react to this?
The man formerly known as Ron Artest
why not. (via SBNation)
It happened in the past, it happened in the present, it happened in the future. Not just for him. All players (get ejected). That happens a lot of times. You see guys get ejected. Rip Hamilton got ejected (recently) in Detroit. Bob Cousy got ejected … The only person who never got ejected was Jesus…No ejections. He was 10 for 10s, a lot of 20 for 20s (in shooting). Perfect from the free-throw line. Infinity rebounding stats.
- Ron Artest, in response about Kobe’s ejection in last night’s game vs. the Bucks