Durant scores 41 as Thunder defeat Knicks
Durant scored his 40th point on a free throw with 1:41 remaining. NOTES: Knicks guard Metta World Peace, who as Ron Artest attacked a fan in the stands in 2004, said Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart can learn from his incident with a fan
Sterling responds to NBA, June 3 hearing still on
levied on Kobe Bryant when he was caught referring to a referee by a homosexual slur, and the 72-game suspension of Ron Artest for punching a fan. The NBA said Sterling is in violation because his racist comments were harmful to the league and
Lakers score 51 points in third quarter on way to blowout of Knicks
week. ... Metta World Peace, the former Knicks and Lakers forward, attended the game. New York waived the former Ron Artest on Feb. 24. He got a rousing ovation from the Staples Center crowd when he appeared on the scoreboard in the first
World Peace: Smart can learn from fan incident
Saturday night. If anyone would know how the Oklahoma State All-American feels, it's the player formerly known as Ron Artest . He was suspended 73 regular-season games and the NBA playoffs in 2004 after he infamously went into the stands and
Forgrave: Marcus Smart erred, but he's a good kid and doesn't deserve ugly rips
Smart as long as he lives. Hyperactive and overreactive sports pundit types immediately tossed out flawed comparisons to Ron Artest ’s “Malice at the Palace” melee. Fans who’ve never met Smart brought back the tropes I always hear whenever
Chandler Parsons on his call with Daryl Morey
Chander Parsons discusses his call with Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey to clear the air and Metta World Peace gives a hilarious response to what Phil Jackson contributes to New York.
Metta World Peace talks Durant, LeBron, Phil Jackson and Cookie Monster on FOX Sports Live
We start with some MVP discussion, then his perspective on Phil Jackson and the Knicks, and even some Kobe and the Lakers, but Metta World Peace delivers real insight on his love for all things Cookie Monster.