|Apr. 13 9:55 PM PT10:55 PM MT11:55 PM CT12:55 AM ET4:55 GMT12:55 9:55 PM MST11:55 PM EST8:55 UAE06:550:55 ET11:55 PM CTNaN:� - Metta World Peace scored three points Wednesday, going 1 of 6 from the field, as the Los Angeles Lakers lost to the Golden State Warriors 109-94. World Peace pulled down one rebound and added an assist, accumulating a plus-minus of +8 in his 10:05 on the floor. He tacked on two steals.|
|Apr. 12 9:08 PM PT10:08 PM MT11:08 PM CT12:08 AM ET4:08 GMT12:08 9:08 PM MST11:08 PM EST8:08 UAE06:080:08 ET11:08 PM CTNaN:� - Metta World Peace scored 18 points Tuesday on 7-of-17 shooting as the Los Angeles Lakers defeated the New Orleans Pelicans 108-96. World Peace grabbed four rebounds and added an assist, tallying a plus-minus of +10 in his 24:52 on the floor. He tacked on four steals. World Peace went 4 of 10 from 3-point range.
Analysis: World Peace set a season high in scoring in what was likely his final game as a Laker. He didn't score in the first half, but got his 1,716th and 1,717th career steals to move past Ron Harper for 22nd place in NBA history.
|Oct. 24 10:30 AM PT11:30 AM MT12:30 PM CT1:30 PM ET17:30 GMT1:30 10:30 AM MST12:30 PM EST21:30 UAE19:3013:30 ET12:30 PM CTNaN:� - World Peace has apparently made the Lakers' opening night roster following Monday's wave of roster cuts.
Analysis: The former Ron Artest is set to embark on a 17th NBA season after the Lakers waived forwards Yi Jianlian and Anthony Brown on Monday. Los Angeles re-signed World Peace to a non-guaranteed one-year deal in September after he averaged 5.0 points in 35 games with the club last season.
|Sep. 21 1:57 PM PT2:57 PM MT3:57 PM CT4:57 PM ET20:57 GMT4:57 1:57 PM MST3:57 PM EST0:57 UAE (+1)22:5716:57 ET3:57 PM CT19:57 - The Lakers are ready to give World Peace a chance again. The 36-year-old told ESPN on Wednesday that he has agreed to a one-year deal with the Lakers, who are coached by former teammate Luke Walton.
Analysis: The 16-year NBA veteran feels he has more to add after averaging 5.0 points and 2.5 rebounds in 35 games for the Lakers last season. "I'm excited about everything. I'm prepared to help the young guys grow. To play, everything," World Peace told ESPN.