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About one too many beers. That’s apparently what it takes for a fan to cross the line while interacting with athletes during sporting events. In the last minute of the Seattle Seahawks’ 30-24 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Seahawks defensive end Quinton Jefferson was heading to the locker room after being ejected for his involvement in…

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Rapper, producer and entrepreneur, Jay-Z has reportedly changed his name. Well not really a big change; however, Jay, whose real name is Shawn Corey Carter, has decided to retire the hyphen in Jay-Z, and thus his name shall be printed as “Jay Z.” Rumors of the change began when Billboard magazine editor Joe Levy tweeted, Breaking: Jay Z…

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Metta World Peace, f.k.a. Ron Artest, ain’t mad with the Knicks. The seasoned NBA star was bypassed by the Big Apple Knickerbockers 14 years ago, he has agreed to a two-year deal. He was released by the L.A. Lakers via their amnesty clause and will be paid the $7.7 million that was owed to him by…

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More often than not, athletes are the epitome of cool. They are physically fit, raking in millions, and immensely talented. But every now and then, an athlete forgets that everyone is watching, violates a sacred man code, or pulls an unbelievably boneheaded stunt. We can’t help but shake our heads at the lamest things athletes…

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Metta World Peace will appear on the late-night comedy show Conan on Monday, May 7 to do his first extended interview since being suspended seven games for elbowing Thunder guard and sixth man of the year James Harden. Besides speaking on the suspension the conversation that MWP has with Conan O’Brien should be entertaining, to say the least. Hopefully,…

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You knew that there were some screws floating around his colossal cranium when, seven years ago, Ron Artest tried to pummel the very people (the fans) who finances his multimillion dollar, 5-star lifestyle during the infamous brawl in suburban Detroit. Before that, Artest, aka Metta World Peace, prolonged the first Michael Jordan comeback in the…

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Metta World Peace wasn’t so peaceful during Sunday’s game against the Oklahoma City Thunder. MWP lost it late in the second quarter elbowing OKC forward James Harden in the head mid celebration. The incident happened so quick that it’s hard to really determine whether it was intentional. One thing is for sure, MWP showed no…

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Ron Artest wants to follow in the footsteps of sports stars like Lew Alcindor aka Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Chad Johnson aka Chad Ochocinco and discard his government name for a flashy new moniker. Last week, Artest revealed that he wants to change his name to Metta World Peace. According to ESPN, on Thursday, June 23,…

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