Metta World Peace Rumors

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Metta World Peace
Metta World Peace
Position: -
Born: 11/13/79
Height: 6-7 / 2.01
Weight:246 lbs. / 111.6 kg.
Earnings: $85,031,186 ($104,715,493*)
When Sandiford-Artest watches Doncic, he’s as fascinated as much by his savvy as his skill, readily admitting that he would have had his hands full trying to slow down the Mavs’ star. “Luka, I mean, that kid is special,” Sandiford-Artest said. “I’m not going to lie to you, [defending him] would have been tough. What impresses me most is he’s a veteran at [22] years old. The way he sees it and feels it, he’s someone that I would have had problems with, because he would have been thinking ahead. He’d have been thinking steps ahead. He’s not one-dimensional.
World Peace appeared on the Fierce Talk with Ryan Garcia podcast where they talked about everything and anything hoops. Among the topics they discussed was the never-ending debate on who’s the real basketball GOAT. The standard for many is the number of titles won. Taking this similar logic, World Peace believes that Russell is the GOAT and not the Chicago Bulls legend. “I think Bill Russell is (the GOAT), honestly. Bill Russell got 11 championships. I look at Michael as one of the greatest. But I think Bill Russell is the greatest. When you can win in your era. That’s what it’s about. Winning in your era. And nobody dominated like that. Not even Michael Jordan.”
Storyline: GOAT Debate
Metta World Peace on who he would rather take the last shot — Kobe Bryant or Tracy McGrady: “I mean you always gonna go with Kobe because Kobe had five rings and you’re just going by the numbers. Now, in their prime it’s hard, they was really good.” “Tracy got hurt, so with Tracy you know his back and his knees were so bad it just gave out early so you didn’t really get a chance to see how great Tracy was, but obviously he’s a Hall-of-Famer. Obviously he played very well but it was just hard because he was so injured he couldn’t move towards the end of his career, so that really hurt him a lot.”