- Associated Press - Monday, September 27, 2010

WASHINGTON (AP) - Gilbert Arenas insists he’s happy. He just doesn’t look like it.

The Washington Wizards guard made his first public comments Monday since his sentencing for a felony gun charge in March. He took part in the team’s mandatory media day and answered questions for about 3 minutes, speaking softly, seriously and with no hint of the carefree joy that had become such an intricate part of the personality formerly known as Agent Zero.

Arenas said from now on the only place he wants to smile is on the court.

Asked how he’s changed, he said: “I’m more to myself now. You’re getting older, so you automatically grow.”

He made no mention any lessons he learned from his crime or his sentence, which included 30 days in a halfway house.



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