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Topic - Gilbert Arenas
Those empty seats were created in 2010, when Leonsis bought the team and did nothing to show fans that the man in charge, whose personnel decisions and coddling atmosphere set the stage for the Gilbert Arenas debacle, would be leaving. Instead, Leonsis embraced general manager Ernie Grunfeld.
Gilbert Arenas is still very much a fan of the NBA. It's safe to say however that he's not in the Roy Hibbert fan club.
Former Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas is rooting for his old team as they take on the Chicago Bulls. He shares plenty of other thoughts too.
It might seem like a different world, but the last time the Wizards faced the Bulls in the playoffs, Gilbert Arenas was the star.
It's been years since Gilbert Arenas played for the Wizards, and things didn't end well for Arenas in Washington, but Agent Zero still has love for the Wiz. He proved it Sunday night.
Bill Walton has become quite famous for his diatribes announcing college basketball games for ESPN, and this time he took aim at Gilbert Arenas.
The ex-Wizard hasn't played in the NBA since 2012. Arenas claims he wants back for 2014 while also looking back on end with Wizards by admitting, "I basically gave up."
The former Washington Wizards star, who was banished from the team after brandishing a handgun in the locker room following a dispute with teammate Javaris Crittenton over a card game, initially was pulled over for speeding.
Still, nostalgia for the team's original nickname remains, and a Monumental Sports & Entertainment official said the organization will continue to market throwback gear to tap that interest.
Things always seem to happen to D.C. athletes as soon as they're handed headline-grabbing megadeals. They get hurt … or their performance declines … or they commit an off-field/court/ice indiscretion. Or some combination of the three.
They were once the centerpiece of the Washington Wizards, a vaunted Big Three tasked with anchoring an era of deep playoff runs and, possibly, contend for a championship.
Dwyane Wade knew during pregame warmups that the Miami Heat were going to have a long night. By the end of the first quarter, the Memphis Grizzlies let everyone else know that Wade was right.
Detroit Tigers third baseman Miguel Cabrera has a broken bone below his right eye after being struck by a bad-hop grounder, sidelining the star slugger for at least a week with Opening Day on deck.
The Magic have announced they are using a new Collective Bargaining Agreement amnesty provision to release guard Gilbert Arenas.
The NBA is back in business, and Gilbert Arenas was one of the first on the move.
It isn't likely, for example, that Arenas is making room for LeBron James, who has also announced plans to switch to No. 6.
"That was the best environment," guard Gilbert Arenas said. "That was better than when we were down 0-2 to Chicago. It was like college, everybody was excited to come back home. ... Better than we expected. We knew once we got back in this building, the energy level would be sky-high."