Head Shot RageThe New York Times NBA Blog By LYNN ZINSER Considering the Artest-era history, the league could have justified something much longer and, as Bill Plaschke writes in The Los Angeles Times, the Lakers are very lucky to escape World Peace’s latest lapse with only seven games. They are far luckier than poor Harden, whose future remains clouded by his concussion. Chris Mannix of SI.com joins the chorus usually heard with N.H.L. suspensions and decries the N.B.A.’s unwillingness to send a harsher message. But Ken Berger of CBSSports.com lauds the league for not overreacting, although it is hard to argue that a league can take head injuries too seriously.