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Now Metta World Peace Is Blaming James Harden For The Elbow Incident, Saying He 'Flopped'

Business Insider
Tuesday, 15 May 2012

The player formerly known as Ron Artest hasn't shown a lot of remorse since hitting James Harden in the head with a vicious elbow at the end of the regular season.

And now that the Los Angeles Lakers and Oklahoma City Thunder are playing in the playoffs, Metta World Peace has taken it a step further in the wrong direction, by...
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Source: KOKI Fox 23 Tulsa - on May 14, 2012

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James Harden responds to Metta World Peace's most recent comments. Around the NBA playoffs, and Rickie Fowler flirts with his second straight PGA victory.

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