Artest challenges Jordan to one-on-one game to end lockout


At this point, just about any way you can think of to end the lockout is good with me.

So if it’s a game of one-on-one to 21 between and owner and a player, I’m good with that.

Which is exactly what Metta World Peace — the baller formerly known as Ron Artest — proposed on twitter, targeting the one owner who has played the game at the highest level.


In this hypothetical, I’ll take Jordan. World Peace would win an even game to 21 (just an age thing) but Jordan would score about 10, he still practices with the Bobcats and can play a little. If World Peace spots him 20, well, Jordan’s going to enjoy those Cheetos.

Now, if World Peace challenges Michael Heisley to a game….