As one of the greatest basketball players to ever emerge from New York City, Metta World Peace's career has been defined by both on the court success and off the court hardships. From the infamous Malice at the Palace incident to his eventual NBA Citizenship award and game-winning shot during the Lakers' 2010 NBA Championship run, Metta's name has come to define the person he has grown into: a peaceful warrior and mental health advocate. We sit down with him this week to hear all about what really happened at The Palace, inadvertently breaking Michael Jordan's ribs, playing with a 15 year-old LeBron, the benefits of therapy and much more. Metta's new book, "No Malice", is his story of both hard work and redemption. Hear it all right here on this episode of Legends of Sport.