FILE - Indiana Pacers' Ron Artest is restrained by Austin Croshere earlier being escorted disconnected the tribunal pursuing their combat with the Detroit Pistons and fans connected Nov. 19, 2004, successful Auburn Hills, Mich. The celebrated "Malice astatine the Palace" brawl, Caitlyn Jenner's reflections toward winning an Olympic golden medal and boxer Christy Martin's combat for her beingness extracurricular the ringing are immoderate of the astir pivotal sports moments highlighted successful a caller Netflix docuseries airing adjacent month. The streaming work elephantine announced Tuesday, July 20, 2021, that the bid "UNTOLD" volition premiere Aug. 10. (AP Photo/Duane Burleson, File)
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – On this caller occurrence of the ‘Who’s Got Next?!’ podcast, big Charlie Clifford tracks down erstwhile NBA All-Star and 2010 satellite champion Ron Artest (now Metta Sandiford-Artest) to sermon his thoughts connected the caller Netflix documentary “UNTOLD: Malice astatine the Palace,” which revisits the notorious 2004 Indiana Pacers – Detroit Pistons brawl.
Artest had a manus successful the accumulation of the critically acclaimed documentary, which brings a caller position to 1 of the astir arguable scenes successful American nonrecreational sports history.
Artest, present retired and 41-years-old, reflects connected the nighttime that changed his beingness forever, the fallout with a championship-ready squad successful Indiana and yet uncovering his footing connected the tribunal and successful life.
A arrogant begetter with 4 kids disconnected astatine assemblage this fall, Artest sits backmost and rewinds 1 of the astir enigmatic journeys the hoops satellite volition ever see.
The champion part? It belongs solely to him.
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