The New York Knicks are in the midst of an ugly season with an 8-18 record and have dropped 10 of their 14 games at Madison Square Garden this season so head coach Mike Woodson is trying to get his team more disciplined, including imposing a curfew for his team.

Apparently, Metta World Peace was unaware that such a policy was in place when Michael Powell of the New York Times asked the player formerly known as Ron Artest about Woodson’s new disciplinary measure.

“How was the curfew?” I asked Metta World Peace. Wrapped in a towel before the game, he cocked his eyebrow. “I didn’t know we had a curfew.”
Ten p.m., I said.
“Oh.”
He turned and pulled a bottle out of his locker. “Kombucha, the wonder drink, man. It’s great,” he said. “They say it has natural alcohol. For real, man.”