Today in the news: Metta World Peace may face suspension
Quote of note
"During that play I just dunked on (Kevin) Durant and (Serge) Ibaka and I got really emotional and excited, and it was unfortunate that James had to get hit with an unintentional elbow. I hope he's OK. The Thunder, they're playing for a championship this year, so I hope that he's OK and I apologize to the Thunder and to James Harden.” – Los Angeles Lakers player Metta World Peace (formerly known as Ron Artest), talking about a move that got him ejected from a game Sunday. Video of the incident calls into question the “accidental” nature of the hit that gave James Harden a concussion, and the NBA is reviewing the incident and may suspend World Peace.
News to know
The trial for the man accused of killing Jennifer Hudson’s mother, brother and 7-year-old nephew began today. Prosecutors said William Balfour killed the family members because he was upset his wife, Hudson’s sister, wanted a divorce. Hudson appeared in court as a witness.
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