in light of the events involving world peace, we remember: Malice at the Palace
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in light of the events involving world peace, we remember: Malice at the Palace
Posted by Pedro on 4/22 at 9:13 pm
LINK Never forget!


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Posted by Bunk Moreland on 4/22 at 9:15 pm to Pedro
One of Grantland's few noteworthy projects.
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Posted by tiggah1981 on 4/22 at 9:16 pm to Pedro
I remember watching that thinking is this really happening. It was such a surreal moment.


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Posted by CP3LSU25 on 4/22 at 9:19 pm to Pedro
worst feeling in the world


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Posted by saintsfan22 on 4/22 at 9:19 pm to Pedro
Now that was worth a double digit game suspension


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Posted by Circle K Beggar on 4/22 at 9:19 pm to Bunk Moreland
One of the most sobering images I saw of that night was after all of that went down, the cameras showed a little kid crying and being consoled by his mother. That was probably the kid's first NBA game, and that's the memory he'll take away from that.


What a disgraceful night. An absolute embarrassment for the league.



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Posted by Pedro on 4/22 at 9:19 pm to tiggah1981
I was 10 and I remember being at a friends house for a birthday party. his parents were watching the game and all of us kids got excited when it went down. ticked his parents off.


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Posted by Bunk Moreland on 4/22 at 9:23 pm to Pedro
Detroit is always a divided racial powderkeg, but you get the Jews (John Green), Chaldeans (Charlie Haddad), and blacks (Ben's brother) unified against someone/something, it's not going to end well.


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Posted by happyhappyjoyjoy on 4/22 at 9:24 pm to Pedro
And this guy promotes peace.


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Posted by Pedro on 4/22 at 9:28 pm to happyhappyjoyjoy
well i cant say i blame him for going after the first guy... not saying it shouldve went down just saying i cant blame him.


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Posted by saintsfan22 on 4/22 at 9:29 pm to Circle K Beggar
It was Darvin Ham's kid so it wasn't his 1st game.


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Posted by Teddy Ruxpin on 4/22 at 9:33 pm to Bunk Moreland
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Charlie Haddad


That's the guy that almost got crushed by O'Neal right? The guy that ran on the court and was gonna fight Artest?

When I saw that I really knew shite was out of control. It was one thing for the fans in the stands to fight off players who jumped up there, but when random people were just running around trying to brawl it was crazy.



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Posted by ACL11190 on 4/22 at 9:36 pm to Pedro
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Ron Artest (forward, Pacers): I was lying down when I got hit with a liquid — ice and glass on my chest and on my face. After that, it was self-defense.12



self defense? wtf



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Posted by StrongSafety on 4/22 at 10:42 pm to Pedro
Better hope that stays up! The NBA pulls it about once a week

Then someone else reups it



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Posted by StrongSafety on 4/22 at 10:44 pm to Bunk Moreland
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Posted by Bunk Moreland Detroit is always a divided racial powderkeg, but you get the Jews (John Green), Chaldeans (Charlie Haddad), and blacks (Ben's brother) unified against someone/something, it's not going to end well.






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Posted by c on z on 4/22 at 10:45 pm to Pedro
Randy Sanders just might be the next Artest!


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Posted by StrongSafety on 4/22 at 10:46 pm to Teddy Ruxpin
If Oneal connects, that guy would have probably died.

He probably got to the floor and then realized just how enormous an enraged 7'0 260 man is in person. That has to be probably one of the scariest sights on earth



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Posted by Pedro on 4/23 at 12:50 am to StrongSafety
It's been there since 04...


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Posted by ShaneTheLegLechler on 4/23 at 12:53 am to Pedro
I watch the videos of it every once in a while just for the laughs. Never gets old.

My favorite World Peace moment is the "No Layups" yell when he was on the Kings after took out AK47 with a clear path to the basket


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Posted by TulaneTigerFan on 4/23 at 1:02 am to Pedro
Artest wanted no part of Ben Wallace, but he has no problem fighting fans or elbowing James Harden in the face.


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