Metta World Peace thinks Andrea Bargnani is the game-changer the Knicks are missing

After the euphoria that came with beating the Cleveland Cavaliers on LeBron James’s first game back, and then following that up with a win against the Charlotte Hornets, the New York Knicks have careened off a cliff. They’re currently on a six-game losing streak and are ahead of only the winless Philadelphia 76ers in their division.

If the Knicks are looking for some advice though, they might wanna take heed of what one-time Knick Metta World Peace / The Pandas’ Friend is recommending on Twitter:

Bargnani hasn’t played since January 22, during the last season, though he averaged 13.3 points, 5.3 rebounds and 1.2 blocks. The former number one overall pick tore a ligament in his elbow during a dunk attempt though, and got ruled out for the rest of that season. Though he’s recovered from that injury, he’s currently still out with hamstring issues.

World Peace also has some…interesting predictions for his last two teams, the Knicks and the Lakers:

Of course, take all of that with a grain of salt, especially considering World Peace also says:

World Peace is currently playing in the CBA for the Sichuan Blue Whales. They’re 2-3, losers of their last three outings.

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