The Gilbert Arenas Comback: In Screen Shots
Ya’ll heard Gilbert Arenas came back?
Naw really….no April Fools.
Well, in case you missed it last Saturday, I outsourced some screen shots and they just arrived from Bangalore. Enjoy.
It also doubles as his ‘Constipation Face’.
The GF said he looked like a squirrely dude….girls have intuition like that.
and followed with a put-back dunk on the other end.
He then ate a baby and licked his lips.
we’re putting on our dunce caps and tanking it.
Is it just me, or does he bitch a lot to the refs?
I could be biased, but he usually has a good case.
(stolen from Wikipedia)
He is also a baby and a simpleton [via DC Sports Bog]
Dude probably would have failed the Wonderlic with flying colors.
Sure he was young, but I still gotta question Michael Jordan’s judgement of character….oh, and the fact that Kwame has tiny baby-man hands.
I’m Mike James, Bitch (Question Mark)
[Mike] James won a champonship with Detroit in 2003-04. He said he gave his championship ring to his father. James said he still has his championship belt from Rasheed Wallace and told me the special message on the belt. It’s not fit for print, but it is reminiscent of a classic Dave Chappelle skit about a late, great R&B/funk star from the 1980s. . . [via Wizards Insider]
17 camels were killed to make his sport coat.
about how to be a successful blogger and then suddenly retire….maybe.
with a nerve pinch and took over as coach.
a 5th grade girl who developed early.
But wait, there MORE…
Here’s other stuff:
Well, the game had everything but the Hibachi ending, but at least someone resembling Agent Zero was back out there and doing Agent Zero-like things for the most part. Sure, he would’ve liked to shoot better than 3-for-12 from the field, but that will come.
With the Wizards trailing by two and 4.5 seconds left, Arenas missed his second free throw — which he admitted he didn’t do intentionally — and fought off Richard Hamilton to corral the loose ball. He plenty of time to call timeout, or even take a better shot to force overtime. Instead, Arenas scrambled into the corner and attempted a fall-away three-pointer. “One of those mental errors,” Arenas said afterward.
I suppose you could’ve said the same thing about Caron Butler’s decision to go for three against the Lakers at the buzzer instead of going for two and the tie. In seasons like this, sometimes you just have to go for the jugular when you get the chance, even if it’s not the highest percentage
“I got a text from [former Wizards coach] Eddie Jordan, who told me: ‘Just go out there and let the game come to you. Don’t expect to go out there and score 30, or don’t expect anything, just play the game the way it’s supposed to be played.'”
[DC Sports Bog]
Maybe the jumper was a little off. Maybe there was some fumbling in the lane. Maybe the patented last-second heroics turned a bit comical. But the yap was in complete mid-season form. Not All-Star level, but not preseason either.
On being introduced fourth, in front of Caron Butler: “That was a little different. That was awkward. But, you know, it’s basketball. It’s just introductions. It’s not like the last person wins a car or anything.”
On why he already broke his no-media pledge: “You know how I am. You know, I’m wishy washy.”
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