All morning long, on every sports and news show on TV, they've been showing the clip.
. The one that shows
viciously throwing the elbow that floored
guard James Hardenin the Lakers' 114-10 double overtime win Sunday.
I've seen it at least 30 times. It's an absolutely brutal blow. And a classic cheap shot.
It wasn't in the same league as the infamous haymaker
Luckily, Harden appears to be all right. He complained of a headache after the game, but passed the concussion tests the Lakers gave him. I'm not a doctor, but I have to believe if World Peace's elbow had caught him in the temple, or anywhere near the eye, the damage would have been far worse.
Now we'll see what kind of punishment the
I don't care how well-behaved people say World Peace has been in his three seasons with the Lakers. Or that he claims he was so excited about his dunk that he lost emotional control while celebrating. He should be suspended for the rest of the year, period. It would be laughable if NBA commmissioner
I remember a quote about
That's apparently how too many NBA players feel about playing against World Peace. Talk about someone's who's acted erratically. And needs anger management courses. Remember, he drew that whopping 86-game suspension back in 2004 for his role in the wild brawl in the Palace at Auburn Hills during that
There's no place in the game for what he did yesterday. The NBA should throw the book at him.