It’s Time for Zero Tolerance Towards Agent Zero

January 1st, 2010 by Lou Cappetta Leave a reply »
He's funny, he's fan friendly, and he definitely walks to the beat of a different drummer.

He is also a former second round draft pick, who, through hard work and determination, transformed himself from league afterthought to NBA superstar. He even wears the number zero to remind himself what NBA executives used to think of him.

He's Washington Wizards point guard Gilbert Arenas—the Ocho Cinco of basketball, a media darling and fan favorite, not to mention a great basketball player on the court.

And if his name was Ron Artest, he'd probably be out of the league right now.

For the NBA fans who haven't heard, it's being reported by ESPN that Arenas pulled a gun on teammate Javaris Crittenton in the Wizards locker room on Christmas Eve, after Crittenton became angry at Arenas for refusing to pay a gambling debt. Crittenton then responded by pulling a gun on Arenas.

This coming after weeks of reports that Arenas, who plays his home games in Washington DC, home of some of the toughest gun laws in the nation, was keeping unregistered weapons in his locker at the Verizon Center.

To top it off, Arenas has been m ...

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