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The always colorful Gilbert Arenas is looking to make a return to the association. Arenas took last year off after playing just 17 games with Memphis during the 2011-2012 campaign.
Arenas apparently has been looking great in his individual workouts and some team in L.A. might invite “agent zero” to camp, according to Alex Kennedy of HOOPSWORLD.
I'm hearing that Gilbert Arenas has looked good in workouts this summer. The Clippers may invite him to training camp, according to sources.
— Alex Kennedy (@AlexKennedyNBA) September 17, 2013
Gilbert attended high school in Los Angeles, so it could be a match made in heaven.
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Gilbert Arenas may have a tryout for the Los Angeles Clippers next month Could good ol’ Gilbert Arenas be on his way back to the NBA? Agent Zero has been looking good in summer workouts for the Los Angeles Clippers, which could lead to an invite to the Clippers’ training camp next month, according to HOOPSWORLD‘s Adam Kennedy. I’m hearing that Gilbert Arenas has looked...
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Washington Wizards’ All Time Starting Five
By Brandon Hartman: VP and Senior Writer/Hoopstuff…
PG: Gilbert Arenas; 8 Seasons
*3 Time All Star
*1 Time All NBA Second Team, 2 Time All NBA Third Team
*2007 NBA Most Improved Player
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According to Hoopsworld’s Alex Kennedy, the Los Angeles Clippers are considering sending Gilbert Arenas an invitation to training camp. Kennedy reports that Agent Zero has looked impressive during his basketball workouts, which is the reason the Clippers have been contemplating a camp invite. Arenas, only 31-years-old, should still have some gas left in his tank. […]
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When it comes to the Magic and the salary cap, there are not a whole lot of worries. Gilbert Arenas' amnestied deal has kept the team above the payroll floor and the team is going to be shedding cap room this year to have some money to spend in 2014 and 2015.
That is all in the future.
The question that needs some answering immediately is what...