joined Liz Habib on the KTTV-TV (
) news broadcast Friday night to talk sports and do the weather with meteorologist Pablo Pereira.
"I came to L.A. because of
He also commented that the comparison between Bryant and Jordan takes away from the team nature of the game.
"It's about the wins," said World Peace. "It's not about the individual."
The veteran forward averaged 12.4 points a game for the
"I thought we had a great team and a chance to win the championship this year," he said. "The other teams were better than us. That's exactly what happened."
World Peace was optimistic about the Lakers' chances next season.
"It takes chemistry. It takes teamwork. It takes deferring," he said. "It definitely takes
World Peace as weather man was irreverent -- consistent with his personality. This wasn't the first time he did the weather, previously visiting Canadian station CTV in 2012.
Suffice it to say, World Peace is unlikely to be a meteorologist after he retires as a player.