Metta World Peace Crazy to Call out Thunder Star James Harden

Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse more stories
Metta World Peace Crazy to Call out Thunder Star James Harden
Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

Don't act shocked, appalled or the least bit surprised—because Metta World Peace calling out James Harden on Twitter is classic, crazy MWP. 

The sane route for a man who once elbowed James Harden on his way to a seven-game suspension would be to sit back, watch the NBA Finals and not say a word of criticism to the Thunder star. 

That just wouldn't be World Peace's style. 

He went on Twitter Sunday night to sound off on Harden and a silly foul he made late in the game. With the Thunder down three and just 16 seconds on the clock, Harden drew a blocking foul on LeBron James, and then came this from World Peace via Twitter.


If that were truly the case, it might have something to do with an elbow knocking said brains all over the Staples Center floor. 

Where many see a tweet filled with hate, I see classic MWP not knowing how his views will be taken. America, say hello to fun-awkward Metta World Peace, a man who shows up from time to time in place of fun-crazy Metta World Peace or fun-violent Metta World Peace. 

The Lakers' forward quickly tweeted this mere moments later.


On Monday morning, he solidified his position as a Thunder enthusiast, as much as these NBA Finals go. He may be pulling for LeBron James, but he thinks the Thunder take this title. 


Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images

Metta World Peace's Tweet was...

Submit Vote vote to see results

Fearless? As long as they are away from errant elbows, I could see how you can classify them as fearless. 

By now, your head should hurt and you may even have a nose bleed. Such are the symptoms of a person trying to understand the enigma known as World Peace. 

Forget trying and just accept. The man is just trying to be funny, even if it comes off as crazy and out of touch. 

Hooray for fun-awkward Metta World Peace. 

Follow me on Twitter for updated awesome.

Follow B/R on Facebook

Sports Lists

Subscribe Now

By signing up for our newsletter, you agree to our Terms and Privacy Policy.

Thanks for signing up.