Gilbert Arenas’ Wizardry Could Bring Some Additional Magic To Orlando

November 23rd, 2010 by Thomas Jarrell Leave a reply »
Let's make a deal Washington:

Before Gilbert Arenas was served a hefty 50 game suspension by NBA commissioner, David Stern for violating NBA policy that disallows firearms from being brought into the arena, Arenas was "The Man," in Washington.

Of course, this was before the Wizards selected John Wall No. 1 overall in the 2010 NBA Draft to be the new face of their franchise. A combination of injury problems and conduct issues forced the Wizards to go out and shop for a replacement for their dwindling star.

However, this season Gilbert has silently and respectfully reemerged as a solid force on a young Washington Wizards team, which would make him an attractive option for the Orlando Magic to pursue.

In Washington this season, Arenas eating up a healthy chunk of minutes for the Wizards, as he is averaging 31.4 minutes per game and has consumed even more minutes since John Wall suffered a foot injury against the Chicago Bulls. Even with the added playing time, Arenas' surgically reconstructed knee has not seemed to be an issue.

Aside from his ability to merely be on the floor this season, Arenas has est ...

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