What Metta World Peace Should Do If He Doesn’t Play in NBA Next Season

Metta World Peace, fleet-minded as he is, insists that he's done playing basketball following the Los Angeles Lakers use of their amnesty provision on him, so what's left for his future?

Of course, if you're a regular follower of World Peace and his Twitter account, you'll know how quickly he changes his mind.

He'll threaten to quit tweeting for some drawn-out period of time, only to get back on and chat with his followers less than a day later.

So what are we to make of his recent threats to retire from the NBA?

Well, instead of getting too deep into whether or not he's actually retiring, let's just go ahead and make some suggestions for his post-NBA career.


Start a Sandball League

Like most athletes, Metta seems to be constantly active. Whether he's working out, practicing, just playing around on a day off, he's always up to something.

Most recently he's been into playing sand football, and asking his followers to come out and join him if they know where he is.

Instead of just playing for fun, why not start a professional sandball league, or at least put together a charity tournament or two here and there?

At the very least it's something to fill up their time.


Become a Weatherman

Twice over the course of the past year World Peace has shown up on a local television station to do the weather.

While it may not be the most accurate, or even mature forecast, it's extremely entertaining at the very least.

Whichever television station he would choose, be it in Los Angeles, Canada or Singapore, ratings would instantly go through the roof.


Play Arena Football

Following the news of the amnesty, World Peace was asked about his status. His response was the notion that he was done with the NBA.

Article Source: Bleacher Report - Los Angeles Lakers