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Hour 1

Metta World Peace and Ben Lyons discuss the LA Kings and NY Rangers in Game One of the Stanley Cup Finals. Also, compare the differences of playing in various NBA cities.

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Metta World Peace, Ryan Hollins, and Ben Lyons talk about the Top 20 worst players to win a NBA Title. Also, Pete Fox checks in from Stanley Cup Media day, and ranking Tim Duncan LeBron James, and Kobe Bryant.

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Hour 2:

Metta World Peace, Ryan Hollins, and Ben Lyons are joined by Michelle Beadle who is a Spurs fan to discuss the NBA Finals. Also, list NBA stars who never won a title.

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On Wednesday, May 21, 2014, former NBA player Metta World Peace visited Barry J. Nidorf Juvenile Hall, to instill hope and motivation into several groups of detained teens awaiting court proceedings. World Peace covered many topics, from dysfunction in the home to making conscious, better choices....

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Hour 1

Metta World Peace and A Martinez host the NBA Draft Lottery Post Show and discuss the Lakers getting Pick Number 7.

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Metta World Peace and A Martinez host the NBA Draft Lottery Post Show and discuss the Lakers options going forward.

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Part II : Join us for the 2nd part of the interview - Metta World Peace and Ramona discuss Clippers Blake Griffin. Mychal Thompson joins the discussion about floppers in the NBA, and Metta's brother Daniel Artest calls-in about his Twitter account.

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Part I: Join us for the first part of the interview - Ramona Shelburne joins Metta World Peace to discuss his children's book, Carmelo Anthony being true to his word, Phil Jackson's influence, Kobe, and Dwight Howard.

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Growing up in the housing projects on the intersection of 21st Street and 41st Avenue in Queensbridge, a young, wide-eyed Ron Artest would often ride the F train to 34th Street.  A few blocks from the subway exit lies the mecca of basketball, home to the New York Knicks since 1968.

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