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Nov 18, 2017
Hoops Hype
For the first time since he was drafted as Ron Artest in 1999, the basketball player now known as Metta World Peace is no longer in the NBA. While the outspoken veteran who played 17 years in the league has plans to participate in the BIG3 with former teammate Stephen Jackson, he clearly has some desire to get back on an NBA court as evidenced by one of his recent tweets. I could average about 15 in the @nba today — Metta World Peace (@MettaWorldPeace) November 18, 2017 World Peace, 38, was recently hired as a player development coach for the South Bay Lakers in the G League. However,...
Hoops Hype Nov 18, 2017
Metta World Peace: 'I could average about 15 in the NBA today'

Metta World Peace: 'I could average about 15 in the NBA today'

For the first time since he was drafted as Ron Artest in 1999, the basketball player now known as Metta World Peace is no longer in the NBA. While the outspoken veteran who played 17 years in the league has plans to participate in the BIG3 with former teammate Stephen Jackson, he clearly has some desire to get back on an NBA court as evidenced by one of his recent tweets. I could average about 15 in the @nba today — Metta World Peace (@MettaWorldPeace) November 18, 2017 World Peace, 38, was recently hired as a player development coach for the South Bay Lakers in the G League. However,...
Silver Screen and Roll Nov 15, 2017
Metta World Peace is playing in the BIG3 League on the perfect team

Metta World Peace is playing in the BIG3 League on the perfect team

We’ll see Ron Ron back on the floor soon enough! It’s one thing to have Metta World Peace back involved with the Los Angeles Lakers organization as a player development coach with the South Bay Lakers. It’s a farm more interesting thing to hear Ron Ron will be back on the floor competing again. World Peace will be joining Ice Cube’s BIG3 league on a team that will reunite him with Stephen Jackson, as a member of the “Killer 3s” when the second season gets underway. It’s looking like Chauncey Billups plans on sticking around too — you know, one of the reasons he reportedly...
Silver Screen and Roll Oct 24, 2017
Lakers News: Metta World Peace has a new gig with the Lakers

Lakers News: Metta World Peace has a new gig with the Lakers

The Lakers love being a home for Ron Ron. The Los Angeles Lakers have kept Metta World Peace around the franchise for years, but after playing in just 25 games last season, he was not back on the Lakers roster nor on the sidelines this time around. That’s changing, sort of. World Peace has agreed to join the South Bay Lakers, the Lakers’ development league team, as a player development coach, the team announced on Monday. The Lakers were clear that his time as a Lakers player was over during exit interviews, and one week into the season, it seems Ron Ron’s getting the basketball...
Hoops Hype Oct 23, 2017
Lakers hired Metta World Peace as G League player development coach

Lakers hired Metta World Peace as G League player development coach

The Los Angeles Lakers hired Metta World Peace, who was on their roster last season, as a player development coach for their G League team. World Peace is coming to South Bay. Details ➡️ https://t.co/Oc4AVNUwfr pic.twitter.com/yL6bILgJlA — South Bay Lakers (@SouthBayLakers) October 23, 2017 Before the 2016-17 season began, we learned head coach Luke Walton was interested in keeping World Peace within the organization as an assistant. Rick Carlisle, the head coach of the Mavericks, coached World Peace when both were with the Pacers. Carlisle said World Peace regularly texts him...
Sun Herald Oct 23, 2017

Metta World Peace joins Lakers' G League team as ass't coach

Metta World Peace has joined the Los Angeles Lakers' NBA G League affiliate as a player development coach. The veteran NBA forward was added to the South Bay Lakers' staff …

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