2010 NBA Finals: Ron Artest’s Psychiatrist Worthy of MVP

June 18th, 2010 by Brian Chappatta Leave a reply »
The second ABC chose to interview Ron Artest among the Lakers' hoopla, you knew that something funny was going to come out of the controversial star's mouth.

Artest did not disappoint.

Rather than answering the question about him stepping up after Kobe Bryant had a poor shooting performance, he chose to use the face time in a different way.

First, he thanked all his people from "the hood." That, from what I gathered, encompasses his family and close friends.

Then, he spent a good deal of time thanking his psychiatrist.

And if everything he said was true, perhaps the Lakers organization and its fans should be giving their thanks to that psychiatrist as well.

Artest claims they had some discussion related to him knocking down a three-pointer near the end of the game. That was a crucial series in which the two teams traded off on back-to-back-to-back treys.

More than that one play, Artest seemed cool and collected in arguably the most important game of his career.

He underperformed throughout the series, and if the Lakers had lost, people would have ...

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