Video: Ron Artest On Championship: “I Want Thank My Hood, My Psychiatrist & My Record Label” | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline
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Video: Ron Artest On Championship: “I Want Thank My Hood, My Psychiatrist & My Record Label”

by Robert Littal | Posted on Friday, June 18th, 2010

This is no secret.

I love Ron Artest.

He is one of the most honest athletes of our generation.  When you are talking to Ron Artest, you know there is nothing fake about it.  Yes, he might be a little crazy, but who wants to be normal?

Too many people want to conform and not be themselves because they are always trying to act like something they are not.

That is why I like Artest, he is who he is, hate it or love it.

In the most important game of his career and his team failing, Artest came up big and kept them in the game.

With the game on the line, it was Artest with the “serial killer” three.

His postgame interview will be talked about for decades to come.

QUEENSBRIDGE!!!!

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  1. Nas says:

    What yall know about quuensbridge

  2. Reagan says:

    He neglected to thank his guru.

  3. Tyker says:

    I never liked Artest until this. He's cool dude, down to earth. Its nice to see an athlete so honest.

  4. Terrie says:

    I am loving me some Ron Artest!!! I mean, he is the new Mike Tyson of basketball. He is so unpredicable… and that is the reason why so many people are so intriqued. I wish him nothing but the best and hope that he stays on his meds!!!

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