Metta World Peace Tweets He's Changing His Name Again

By Ryan Heckman

Metta World Peace is at his same old shenanigans again. Maybe it’s a way to cope with the potential of being victim of the amnesty clause, or maybe it’s just ‘Metta being Metta.’ In either scenario, World Peace tweeted that yet another name change may be on the horizon.


After tweeting that he was changing his name, World Peace gave a little bit more insight as to how much he loves this particular dip.



Alright, so he may not really be changing his name again. But, World Peace isn’t a guy you typically want to count out of any bizarre situation potentially happening. I wouldn’t doubt he could change his name again, nor would I discount the potential of him naming himself after a guacamole dip.

After all, this is the guy who has dealt with mental health issues in the past and has gotten into fist fights with fans while in the stands. Like I said, I wouldn’t count this guy out of any ludicrous decision.

Speaking of ludicrous decision, Word Peace has also said if he is indeed used in the Los Angeles Lakers‘ amnesty clause that he would like to play for the New York Knicks. Why on earth would New York want this guy? I don’t know. They already have enough going on as it is.

Another team he would like to play for — because, of course he has a list — is the Brooklyn Nets who have gone out and completely changed up their roster.

Whatever the future holds for him, I can guarantee you this: It will be as unpredictable as ever. Do not doubt the spontaneously ridiculous mind of Metta World Peace.

Ryan Heckman is a Senior NBA Writer for Follow him on Twitter  @ryanmheckman, “Like” him on Facebook or add him to your network on Google.

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