Los Angeles Lakers basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain takes a layup during a game against Seattle, Nov. 22, 1970. During the ’70s, Herbert Armstrong enjoyed going to the Lakers’ home games when possible.(Wen Roberts/AFP/Getty Images)
Los Angeles Lakers basketball legend Wilt Chamberlain takes a layup during a game against Seattle, Nov. 22, 1970. During the ’70s, Herbert Armstrong enjoyed going to the Lakers’ home games when possible.
(Wen Roberts/AFP/Getty Images)

Herbert W. Armstrong’s Message of World Peace for the LA Lakers

April 30, 2012  •  From theTrumpet.com
Why he so often watched greats like Jerry West, Elgin Baylor and Wilt Chamberlain
 

Last week in Los Angeles, watched by a packed crowd and worldwide viewing audience, Lakers’ Metta World Peace struck Oklahoma City Thunder’s James Harden in the head, resulting in a concussion and the super-sub’s abrupt departure from the game.

Fox News reported, “World Peace claimed the contact was an accidental, overzealous celebration of a dunk.” On-court officials ejected him from the game and the incident has resulted in the National Basketball League suspending World Peace for seven games ahead of the season play-offs.

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