Metta World Peace Finally Punches Another Player Again

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Metta World Peace is back at it. In yesterday’s match up against the Pistons out in Detroit, he turned back the hands of time and pulled out some vintage Ron Artest.

In a closely contested game, World Peace  mixed it up with second-year point guard Brandon Knight. It is still unclear exactly why they were all up on each other’s shit but one thing is for certain, Ron Ron got his shot in.

It seems old habits die young.

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