Agent Zero Ends Retirement To Blast The Washington Wizards, Lose Games

November 24th, 2009 by Matthew Brown Leave a reply »
The 2009-2010 NBA season is barely a month old and already the Washington Wizards are on the verge of imploding. And despite early season reports of Gilbert Arenas reforming his diva ways, he is the root of the problem.

Agent Zero has returned with a vengeance.

One phrase sticks out from a recent, and rare, interview with Arenas. "Hidden agendas." He (wrongly) highlighted the number of potential free agents for next season and said that he has been the only one to adjust his game in his return.

Hold the phone, how has Arenas adjusted his game at all? Is the world supposed to buy into his proclamation of change because of a few games with decent assist numbers?

Through 12 games, Arenas has tallied five games with eight assists or more. On one occasion he gave out 10 assists. He shot worse than 40 percent in four of those games. His adjustment is more of an attempt to compensate for his poor shooting than a genuine shift in playing style.

Arenas is on pace to have the worst shooting percentage of his career with 39 percent. And his proposed solution to the problem, shoot more.

Looking at the first three games of ...

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