Why Kobe Bryant Maybe Responsible For the Old Ron Artest Coming Back
Metta World Peace had been having his best month of the season.
People wondered why, but then this interview with Kobe Bryant came out last week that shed some light on the situation.
“Me and Metta had a conversation after the Clippers battle that we had at the Staples Center, there were like 100 scuffles in the game and Metta was involved in pretty much all of them. We were talking after the game at dinner and I said ‘Metta do you know, first of all World Peace is a hot name, it’s a dope name.’ Then he started looking at me out of the corner of his eye and was like ‘okay where are you going with this?’ I said ‘some people believe for us to achieve world peace the only way that can be achieved is through sheer will and through force of nature so sometimes you just have to go and conquer the territory and that’s when you establish world peace.’ He’s looking and he’s like ‘huh?’ I said ‘man you go out there and kick butt and then you establish order.’ He’s like ‘okay, I’ve got it.’ He’s playing extremely well. The biggest thing for him was getting into game shape. Once he got into game shape he dropped his weight and his foot speed is a lot faster, his hands are incredible and he’s shooting the ball extremely well.”
Artest shouldn’t have elbowed James Harden, but he also shouldn’t be suspended for more than 4 games (should only be 2 games).
But if you want to know why Old Ron is back, you can blame Darth Kobe.