WASHINGTON, Jan. 1 (UPI) -- Washington Wizards teammates Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton allegedly pulled guns on each other over a gambling dispute, the New York Post said Friday.
The Post reported unnamed sources as saying Arenas pulled his gun first after Crittenton became angry when Arenas failed to pay a gambling debt, with Crittenton responding in kind.
The Christmas Eve incident was not part of a Washington Times report that Arenas brought guns to his locker at Verizon Center, the team's home facility, because he didn't want them at home around his children.
The Post cited a source as saying the team learned of the firearms after the alleged incident with Crittenton.
Arenas said he told team officials about guns "unloaded and without ammunition."
The NBA, District of Columbia police and federal authorities also were investigating the Arenas matter.
Guns on team property or during league business are both against league policy.
No charges have been filed and Washington was not scheduled to play Christmas Eve.