Metta World Peace to Star in Movie & The Top NBA News

Top Lakers Story:

Los Angeles Lakers forward Metta World Peace will star in a new Lifetime movie in the Fall of 2012. The movie is based on a New York Times best selling book authored by Nancy Grace. World Peace will play a detective in the movie, which is called The Eleventh Victim.

Metta World Peace to star in Lifetime move: SI.com 

Lakers News:

Metta World Peace wore a Vancouver Grizzlies jersey during his vacation in British Columbia. [Lakers Nation]

Los Angeles Lakers’ assistant coach Quin Snyder was interviewed by the Charlotte Bobcats for a head coaching job. [Lakers Nation]

Team Building, Youth, and Revising an Old Model [Forum Blue and Gold]

Top 20 Positives from Lakers 2011-2012 Season [OC Register]

Fisher May Be an NBA King Again [LA Times]

No Fishin’ Yet for Old Man Fisher [NBA.com]

Should Lama Odom, Clippers Reunite? [OC Register]

NBA News:

LeBron James said he vows to not regret the 2012 NBA Finals. [ESPN.com]

Long-time NBA referee Greg Willard has been diagnosed with cancer. [ESPN.com]

The Memphis Grizzlies have been sold to Robert Pera. [SI.com]

The Miami Heat have not yet decided if Chris Bosh will start in Game 1. [USA Today]

The New Orleans Hornets will not trade their number one pick in the 2012 Draft. [Sporting News]

NBA Commissioner David Stern expects to hear lottery conspiracies. [Lakers Nation]

The Thunder are the Clearest Paradigm Shift in NBA History [Silver Screen and Roll]

NBA Style: Who has it, who doesn’t? [OC Register]

Orlando Still Trying for Phil Jackson [Eye on Basketball]

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