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Published on September 25th, 2018 | by Jerry Doby


Kevin Hart Goes Head To Head With Metta World Peace…And Lives To Talk About It

Kevin Hart with Meta World Peace (Photo: LOL Network)

Kevin Hart with Meta World Peace (Photo: LOL Network)

Check out the season 2 finale of Cold As Balls starring former NBA Champion and 2003-04 Defensive Player of the Year, Metta World Peace.

In the interview, Metta delves into the stories behind his many name changes, his favorite teammates in the league and opens up about his struggles with anxiety and depression while playing in the league and more.

Additional Episode highlights include:

  • Metta revealing he was initially embarrassed to play his first game after changing his name (2:20)
  • Kevin and Metta discuss his battles with depression while playing in the league (3:45)
  • Metta reflects on his time playing in LA alongside Kobe Bryant “Me and Kobe were mirror images of each other in terms of competitiveness we were both crazy.  We would have a lot of confrontations at practice and he loved it.” (7:21)
  • Metta shares why Yao Ming was his favorite teammate of all-time.  “Yao is the strongest person I’ve ever seen in my life.” (8:45)

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