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The artist formerly known as Ron Artest shows he's still got it.

After taking the F train into Manhatttan, he leads the Knicks to a victory in his debut in New York.

Naturally, the Lakers' first game in Orlando calls for a wacky press conference. Thanks, Metta World Peace.

Bryant's funny bone is bruised and so are Los Angeles' playoff hopes after a loss in Oklahoma City.

Lakers center confronts real cops, summoned to his condo complex because of actors with BB guns, in his jammies.

He may play for the Spurs now, but Stephen Jackson defended Metta World Peace by threatening Serge Ibaka. It'll cost him $25,000.