Arenas has to be the biggest "muchado about nothing" athlete ever. I can't beleive this guys gets so much pub, oh wait I can. He runs his mouth non stop. When's the last time he was any good as a player, and even then it was like a 2 year stretch.
Originally posted by TX9R: Arenas has to be the biggest "muchado about nothing" athlete ever. I can't beleive this guys gets so much pub, oh wait I can. He runs his mouth non stop. When's the last time he was any good as a player, and even then it was like a 2 year stretch.
He tore up his knees. Nobody can be a good player without knees.
At one point he was legitimately as good offensively as any player in the NBA.
First, bringing guns to work is ridiculously stupid. Forget what he did with the guns, they should not have been in his locker. Period.
Second, brining guns to an arena in DC without a license is mind-blowingly stupid. DC has some of the strictest gun laws in the country.
Third, telling the authorities that you did so because you were worried about your family's safety is even stupider. I'm sure Arenas can afford to buy a safe for his guns. If he's going to lie, he should at least make it believable.
Fourth, playing games with guns is not acceptable. Ever. People can get easily scared around guns, understandably, even if you think you're just being funny. Were there other people present who weren't part of the joke? Could they have been frightened?
Fifth, making fun of the situation after having already issued an apology shows at the very least a lack of seriousness. To me, it seems like he's not even sorry about what happened.
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