Originally posted on ajc.com  |  Last updated 12/11/11

Washington Wizards Gilbert Arenas falls hard after committing a foul on the Miami Heat during the fourth quarter at the Verizon Center in Washington on November 4, 2009. The Heat defeated the Wizards 93-89. UPI/Alexis C. Glenn Photo via Newscom

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Notes gathered while sleepwalking and dreaming about a sandwich. . . . Rick Sund said the Hawks are interested in Gilbert Arenas and Chauncey Billups if they clear amnesty waivers. If teams with cap space don’t bid on those players by tonight’s deadline, they become free agents. (Note: Arenas already has cleared waivers, according to ESPN’s Marc Stein, and wants to join up Dwight Howard.) Asked about acquiring another center, Sund said:”I like our ‘bigs.’ We’ve got so many players that are versatile. Larry [Drew] is comfortable using those guys in different position.” Billups isn’t a pure point guard but has great value for the Hawks because he can play the 2, is a big-time shotmaker and adds leadership and toughness. He’s also really, really good at doing something the Hawks were really, really bad at doing last season: getting to the free-throw line. The Hawks still have no plans to use their amnesty clause this season. Al Horford said he and fellow captains Josh Smith …
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