Metta World Peace joined his hometown Knicks after being waived by the Lakers last summer and thought it would be the fitting end to his career he deserved. Another title run, help show the Knicks championship-level leadership, make some money, the works. Instead, he was injured, then fell out of the rotation and fell out of favor with coach Mike Woodson. He and the club agreed to part ways through a buyout earlier this year. But all that's reportedly changed since Phil Jackson came to town! From the New York Post: World Peace has told confidants he yearns for a second chance as a Knick after his first stint went sour. When asked if the former Ron Artest wants another shot at New York when he's a free agent this summer, the confidant told The Post:“Abso-bleeping-lutely.''
Metta World Peace wants back with the Knicks under Jackson
CBS Sports | Mar 27