- Ron Artest (Metta World Peace) Elbows James Harden the NBA on ABC
There’s something mentally wrong with Ron Artest. He’s simply loco. Crazy. Whacked out completely. Oh yeah, there is no more Ron Artest legally, is there?
But Ron Artest has made his return to prominence, the sort of prominence that almost ended his career for a short period of time when he was an Indiana Pacer as he and his then teammates decided they could go one on one against the Detroit Pistons and their ghetto fans in November of 2004.
Ron Artest and the Indiana Pacers, going after hundreds of fans in Detroit, well they lost.
In the worst experience ever in an NBA game in the league’s history, there was Ron Artest in the middle of the mess. This year the well traveled and much maligned player with the Los Angeles Lakers changes his name to Metta World Peace. Whatever the hell that means just went to shit this afternoon at the Staples Center in Los Angeles as the true Ron Artest returned to the NBA with a cheap shot elbow to the head of the Oklahoma City Thunder player James Harden.
The suspension won’t be pretty. It really won’t. The NBA, in the midst of a shortened season after pissing off fans for the player lockout, was experiencing a serious resurgence. NBA commissioner David Stern will come down hard on Metta World Peace or Ron Artest as we call him now for today’s activity.
Ron Artest…Metta World Peace has done it again. He has embarrassed himself and the NBA with today’s completely unnecessary flagrant foul and ejection in today’s game. The Lakers beat the Thunder in a great game marred by a simpleton that is named Metta World Peace. Or Ron Artest.
“That’s disgraceful…what a disgrace,” said the announcer on the game being carried by ABC Television today. And it was a disgrace.
What did Ron Artest have to say about his stupidity? “It was unfortunate that James has to get hit with an unintentional elbow,” was his comment after the game. “I hope he’s OK.”
What a fucking idiot.
Ron Artest is back! Ron Artest is back!!! “One of the strongest guys in the league,” taking a cheap shot against an unsuspecting player, continued the announcer when describing Ron Artest AKA Metta World Peace.
Ron Artest is back.