I decided I didn't want the guns in my house and around the kids anymoreReport: Arenas probed for gun possession Dec 24, 2009
As the person who caused this trouble in the first place, I thought it was my duty to be the first witness to come forward and meet with the prosecutors and detectivesArenas: 'I want to apologize to everybody' Jan 04, 2010
Contrary to some press accounts, I never threatened or assaulted anyone with the guns and never pointed them at anyoneArenas: 'I want to apologize to everybody' Jan 04, 2010
I gave NBA Commissioner David Stern good reasons to suspend mArenas to preach non-violence Feb 02, 2010
While I regret a lot about this incident, letting the kids down is my biggest regretArenas to preach non-violence Feb 02, 2010
Gilbert Jay Arenas, Jr. (pronounced /əˈriːnɨs/; born January 6, 1982) is an American professional basketball player for the Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He plays as a point guard and shooting guard.
Arenas attended Grant High School in Valley Glen, California, and accepted a scholarship offer to the University of Arizona late in his junior year. He entered the 2001 NBA Draft and was selected in the second round (30th pick) by the Golden State Warriors.
Arenas is a three-time NBA All-Star, three-time member of the All-NBA Teams, and was voted the NBA Most Improved Player in the 2002–03 season. Arenas was most often nicknamed "Agent Zero," but has increasingly been referred to as "Hibachi," a nod to the small Japanese heating device, which literally translates to "bowl of fire." Both names have quickly become fan favorites in the Washington area.