Knicks camera crew follow star on his journey to MSG.
New York Knicks star Metta World Peace took the subway to his first game of the season on Wednesday night, and was filmed doing so for the Mike Woodson Show.
The 33-year-old suited up for the first time for the Knicks after his summer switch from the Los Angeles Lakers, and having grown up in the city he revealed it was a journey he had taken many times.
Speaking during the journey, the controversial veteran discussed what inspired him to play basketball as he grew up, with the video set to feature as part of the Mike Woodson Show on the MSG Network which will be aired on Friday in the US.
World Peace, formerly known as Ron Artest, posted up four points and four rebounds in 17 minutes during the win over the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday, and he will be hoping to help the Knicks to further success this season as they look to build on their recent development.
Watch the video below to listen to World Peace as he talks about his childhood and his joy at playing for the Knicks: