Ron Artest's AAU church team included Elton Brand and Lamar Odom as teammates.
Ron’s 58 three-pointers for St. John’s in 1998-99 was the second-higest total in school history. Ron’s triple-double against Seton Hall that year was just the second ever for a St. John’s player.
Ron was a math major in college.
Loves playing checkers. Has claimed in the past that he is unbeatable.
Owns a rap record label named "Tru Warier."
When Ron was 15, his baby sister Quanisha died of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. She was buried with one of Ron’s prized basketball trophies.
When ex-Bull Michael Jordan scored his 30,000th point against Chicago in 2002, Ron got so angry he nearly punched a hole in the scorer’s table.
Sarah and Ron Artest Sr. have 9 children, leaving Ron Jr. 8 siblings to grow up with.
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