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Articles tagged: Metta World Peace

Metta World Peace took the F train to MSG for his Knicks game

Metta World Peace is a man of the people. So much so that he took the F train to Madison Square Garden for his season-opening game with the New York Knicks on Wednesday. HoopsWorld’s Tommy Beer says Metta took the F train from the Queensbridge stop to 34th street prior to the Knicks’ 90-83 win…Read More

Metta World Peace: Lakers made good decision to waive me

Metta World Peace wanted to retire as a Los Angeles Lakers player, but he concedes the team did the smart thing by waiving him. World Peace was released by the Lakers this month via the amnesty provision. He was owed just over $7 million for the upcoming season, and the Lakers may have saved themselves…Read More

Metta World Peace reportedly signs with New York Knicks

Metta World Peace reportedly signed a two-year contract with the New York Knicks on Monday. According to ESPNNewYork.com, the first year of the deal is guaranteed. Over the weekend, reports surfaced indicating the Knicks were World Peace’s top choice, followed by the Los Angeles Clippers. He also made mention of some quirky ideas like playing…Read More

Metta World Peace expected to sign with Knicks

Metta World Peace was waived by the Los Angeles Lakers during the week and, if the veteran forward clears waivers, he is expected to sign with the New York Knicks. The Knicks were mentioned as a strong possibility for World Peace from the moment the Lakers waived him. Al Iannozzone of Newsday says the Knicks…Read More

Lakers reportedly will waive Metta World Peace via amnesty provision

The Los Angeles Lakers will waive Metta World Peace via the amnesty provision, Kevin Ding of the Orange County Register reports. According to Ding, the move will happen “barring some late change.” Ding also says the move will save the Lakers $30 million. World Peace, then known as Ron Artest, signed a five-year, $32.5 million…Read More

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