What an awesome guy!
Metta World Peace Ejected from Lakers vs Thunder game (Is Ron Artest back?)
Ever since that infamous incident at Detroit, I’ve been glad to see Metta World Peace aka Ron Artest stepping up for the Lakers and doing good work both on and off the court. It is so disheartening to see, after all this effort he’s made, that he had just been called a Flagrant 2 (against Oklahoma City Thunder at Staples Center) and ejected on the spot, with a possibly lengthy suspension to follow. Why Metta why? This is the time Lakers need you the most, to play good defense, to step up and make things happen in the Playoffs.
I’ve never been at all a Lakers fan and I am totally AGAINST the behavior in the following video. Shot right to the ear. It’s a total disgrace. There have been arguments that he’s just celebrating his dunk and didn’t see anyone coming his way. But I am not buying any arguments, because nothing would make sense if you look at the video closely; yes it’s intentional. I can’t see how any other explanation could be possible.
Hopefully Harden is fine, which would possibly alleviate the punishment
Artest, World Peace (ironic, isn’t it?) is gonna receive.
Warriors did what they are supposed to. Tank. Now tied for 8th and in the hunt for keeping that 1st pick (have to finish 7th from bottom). Keep playing D leaguers. Maybe IR a couple of cheerleaders just in case.
OAKLAND (CBS / AP) — Andrew Bynum had 31 points and nine rebounds, Pau Gasol recorded a triple-double and the Los Angeles Lakers rebounded from their worst loss of the season by beating the undermanned Golden State Warriors 99-87 Wednesday night.
Gasol finished with 22 points, 11 rebounds and 11 assists to help the Lakers build a 17-point lead by the second quarter and cruise to an easy win—even with Kobe Bryant missing his seventh straight game with a bruised left shin—a night after a 112-91 home loss to San Antonio.
Klay Thompson scored 17 points and Dorell Wright had 12 points and seven rebounds for a Warriors team wrapping up the end of another sorry season. Golden State has lost 18 of its past 22 games.
Los Angeles still had several lapses and often looked lethargic playing the second night in a row.
But Bynum and Gasol dominated whenever…
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Lakers’ Andrew Bynum dunks over the Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin.
Chicago will face Miami for the final matchup. Conference finals preview?
Delonte West gets fined $25,000 for poking Gordon Hayward in the ear.
James Harden went for 40 points against the Phoenix Suns. He has to be the Sixth Man on the Year, right?