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Ron Artest: The Psychiatrist and Top NBA News Reviewed by Momizat on . Top Story: Perhaps one of, if no thee, most remembered quote of last year's finals came from the mouth of Ron Artest.  "I would like to thank my psychiatrist," Top Story: Perhaps one of, if no thee, most remembered quote of last year's finals came from the mouth of Ron Artest.  "I would like to thank my psychiatrist," Rating:
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Ron Artest: The Psychiatrist and Top NBA News

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Los Angeles Lakers' Ron Artest celebrates after hitting a three pointer against the Boston Celtics during the first half of Game 7 of the 2010 NBA Finals basketball series in Los Angeles, California June 17, 2010.  REUTERS/Mike Blake (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT BASKETBALL)

Perhaps one of, if no thee, most remembered quote of last year’s finals came from the mouth of Ron Artest.  “I would like to thank my psychiatrist,” Artest told it to the world after he won his first NBA title.  Many people consider Artest to actually be crazy, while some think he is just misunderstood.  Whatever the case may be, Ron Artest decided to help kids who may be dealing with mental health problems.  He will  promote mental health and offer help to kids  who may be dealing with a problem.

Ron Artest decides to help fight mental health problems: Slam Mag

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