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James Harden Elbows Metta World Peace in Game 2 Reviewed by Momizat on . We all remember the infamous elbow that landed Metta World Peace on the suspended list for the last games of the regular season and the first six games of the p We all remember the infamous elbow that landed Metta World Peace on the suspended list for the last games of the regular season and the first six games of the p Rating:
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James Harden Elbows Metta World Peace in Game 2

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We all remember the infamous elbow that landed Metta World Peace on the suspended list for the last games of the regular season and the first six games of the playoffs.

James Harden remembers the play as well, as it gave him a concussion and get him out of the second half of Oklahoma City’s heartbreaking loss to the Lakers at the end of the regular season. Last night in Game 2, Harden got a little payback on World Peace, as he caught him in the chin with an elbow of his own.

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  • Normussestudillo

    If World Peace is a flopper,  and he had flop and stay down for a little bit  would Harden get a suspension?  The problem is World Peace wants to be macho and do not want people to think that anybody can hurt him. The elbow was smack on his face. Some guys would act like their dying.

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