Ron Artest Future in the NBA

Someone call the Mental Doctor because Ron Artest is on the floor. 

Some may find this funny, but others nodding their heads and agreeing.

The Wreck-less Ron Artest has struck again and delivered a flying Elbow to Thunder Guard James Harden.

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This elbow did not sit well with Announcer and NBA All Star Bill Walton as he let the public know that the 7 Game Penalty issued by the NBA was not severe enough. He felt they should extend it to the entire 2012 NBA playoffs or even suspend him indefinitely.

He was is most notably remembered for November 19, 2004, where Artest was at the center of an altercation among players and fans during a game in Auburn Hills, Michigan, between Artest‘s Pacers and the home team Detroit Pistons.

The brawl involved Ron Artest and Pistons Ben Wallace and several other Artest’s teammates.

The game came to an abrupt stop and the next day the NBA suspended Artest for the rest of the regular season, plus any playoff games. Artest missed 86 games, the longest suspension for an on-court incident in NBA history.

The NBA needs to take notice that his entire there have been patterns of erratic behavior inlcluding his off season decision to change his name to “Metta World Peace

I think its time he be suspended from the NBA indefinitely.