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10 Gilbert Arenas PG
Height/Weight: 6-4/215 | Birthdate: 1/6/1982 | Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA | Team: | College: Arizona | NBA Experience: 11 | Salary: /images/players/unknown-player-170x170.png | Owned/Started%: 0/0

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Arenas headed to China


(10/22/2012) Yahoo! Sports reports that free-agent guard Gilbert Arenas is expected to sign a one-year deal to play for the Guangdong Southern Tigers in China.

Arenas plays briefly


(4/20/2012) With the Grizzlies struggling in the third quarter against the lowly Bobcats on Friday, the team turned to injured guard Gilbert Arenas to see if he could provide a spark, just one day after he was diagnosed with a torn ligament on one of the fingers of his shooting hand. Arenas did not provide the boost the team was looking for, however, and he was replaced after the end of the third quarter, finishing with no statistics accrued in a little over one minute, in an 85-80 Grizzlies victory.

Arenas dealing with torn ligament in finger


(4/19/2012) The Memphis Commercial Appeal reported on Thursday that Grizzlies guard Gilbert Arenas was spotted with a splint on one of the fingers on his shooting hand on Wednesday, an injury which makes it difficult for him to dribble and shoot. Arenas said he is day to day with the injury, but will be ready for the playoffs.

Arenas can’t find anything


(4/2/2012) Grizzlies guard Gilbert Arenas played 20 minutes on Monday against the Thunder, however judging by his box score, he may as well not have been on the floor, as he finished with no points on 0 of 2 shooting and just a single assist. The Grizzlies still managed to defeat Oklahoma City, 94-88, however with the exception of two steals, Arenas was nearly invisible in Mike Conley’s absence.

Arenas taking DNP-CDs


(3/26/2012) The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports on Monday that newly-acquired guard Gilbert Arenas took a DNP-CD on Sunday against the Lakers for the Grizzlies. Arenas has appeared in just two of five games for Memphis since joining the roster.

Arenas rusty in debut


(3/23/2012) Recently-signed Grizzlies guard Gilbert Arenas made his debut on Thursday, and he predictably struggled, hitting just 1 of 4 shots from the field for two points against the Trail Blazers. Arenas did have three assists in his limited playing time while also snatching two steals. The Grizzlies lost to the Blazers, 97-93, as they got just 19 points total from their bench.

Arenas signed through end of year


(3/20/2012) The Memphis Commercial Appeal reports that the Grizzlies and Gilbert Arenas have made it official, and he will join the team for the rest of this season. General manager Chris Wallace confirmed the deal Tuesday. Arenas, who was in Memphis the past two days, passed a physical and signed a one-year contract for the veteran’s minimum. Memphis will pay him a prorated salary worth about $300,000. The 10-year veteran is expected to join the Grizzlies on Wednesday in Portland.

Arenas to sign with Grizzlies


(3/19/2012) Free agent guard Gilbert Arenas is expected to sign with the Girzzlies, according to the team's official website. Arenas worked out for Memphis on Monday morning and was expected to take a physical at some point later in the day. Arenas averaged a career-worst 10.8 points a game and shot 36.6-percent in 2010-11 while playing for the Magic and Wizards.

Grizzlies interested in Arenas


(3/14/2012) The Commercial Appeal reports multiple NBA sources report that the Grizzlies are exploring the possibility of adding free agent guard Gilbert Arenas. Despite mutual interest, however, no deal would be completed until Memphis has an opportunity to watch Arenas in a private workout. A source with knowledge of the negotiations said both parties are scheduling a meeting.

Kobe open to adding Arenas


(2/14/2012) Lakers G Kobe Bryant said Monday he would support the possible addition of veteran G Gilbert Arenas to the team. "It surely wouldn't hurt," Bryant told the Los Angeles Times. However, despite Bryant's support, the Lakers are reportedly not expected to have serious interest in signing the three-time NBA All-Star. Arenas recently held a workout for prospective NBA teams, including the Lakers, last Wednesday.

Lakers to attend Arenas workout


(2/8/2012) Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak has expressed interest in viewing an upcoming workout scheduled by Gilbert Arenas in Los Angeles, two people with knowledge of the situation told CBSSports.com Wednesday. That said, the Lakers remain non-committal about whether or not they will pursue the three-time All-Star guard. "The Lakers are going to take a look at him," one of the people familiar with the matter said.

Arenas schedules workout


(2/6/2012) Veteran G Gilbert Arenas will hold an open workout for prospective teams later this week, according to the Los Angeles Daily News. Arenas, 30, played with Orlando last season before the Magic utilized the league's amnesty clause on his during the offseason.

Lakers admit inquiring about Arenas


(2/1/2012) Lakers coach Mike Brown said the team has inquired about former Orlando G Gilbert Arenas, a free agent. "We've called to see what his status is. That's it," he said. Brown said there's no plans to bring Arenas in for a workout. "I have not talked to him, I have not watched any tape on him. It's really just conversation," he said.

Lakers now shying away from Arenas


(1/29/2012) The latest news from the Los Angeles Times says the Lakers are shying away from signing guard Gilbert Arenas. Arenas, a free agent, was linked to the Lakers. That said, Los Angeles is "leaning toward not signing [Gilbert Arenas]."

Lakers want to sign Arenas?


(1/28/2012) The Lakers are reportedly interested in possibly signing free agent guard Gilbert Arenas, reports Hoopsworld.com late Friday.

Arenas first amnesty casualty


(12/9/2011) Orlando became the first team to take advantage of the new amnesty clause featured in the collective bargaining agreement, waiving G Gilbert Arenas. The team announced the deal as training camps opened on Friday. The Magic will still have to pay Arenas' salary, but they are able to take the $62.4 million Arenas will be owed for the next three years off of their salary cap.

Arenas could become starter


(5/24/2011) The Orlando Sentinel reports the Magic likely won’t bring back Jason Richardson, a would-be free agent, or spend more money for a two-guard than they’re paying back-up J.J. Redick ($6 million). Richardson’s exit would leave Redick as the leading candidate to supposedly inherit the role as the starting two-guard. Or the Magic can go with Gilbert Arenas in that role. The Magic don't have to use Arenas in that role since they already have a back-up point guard behind Jameer Nelson in Chris Duhon. Duhon struggled mightily last season, but the Magic need to get him back on course to free up Arenas and spell Nelson.

Arenas needs to improve


(5/2/2011) Magic guard Gilbert Arenas needs to improve his relationship with coach Stan Van Gundy general manager Otis Smith told the Orlando Sentinel last week. "There's some growth there that needs to happen as it relates to him," Smith said of Arenas. "Their relationship is going to have to get a little bit better. The relationships in the locker room with one another is going to have to continue to get better." Arenas averaged a little more than 16 minutes per game in five playoff games, and he missed Game 3 altogether because Van Gundy opted to use Hedo Turkoglu as the team's backup point guard. "In Game 4 and Game 5, he realized that I'm useful so he used me," Arenas said. "Before the playoffs, I was just sitting in corners. I wasn't a part of the offense. The offensive is built for Dwight [Howard] and shooters, and I'm more of a creator myself." Arenas was acquired in a trade back on Dec. 18 but struggled with his role and the scheme Orlando ran this season. He averaged just 8.0 points and 3.2 assists in the 49 games he appeared with the Magic this season.

Arenas back in good graces


(4/26/2011) The Orlando Sentinel reports that Magic coach Stan Van Gundy plans to stick with guard Gilbert Arenas in Game 5 of the first-round playoff series against Atlanta after he played well in Game 4 with Jason Richardson (suspension) out. "I'm not stupid," Van Gundy said Monday. "Yeah, he's going to get his opportunity again tomorrow. There's no question. I think that he played great. I've tried to say this in his defense all year: If you look, last night with J-Rich out, he knew he would get more extended minutes. So I think he plays more — I'm not going to say 'relaxed' — but more confidently that he doesn't have to worry that it's going to be a four- or five-minute stint. I'm not going to sit him out tomorrow after what he did. We'll see how it goes. We'll see what adjustments they make to his pick-and-rolls." Arenas was benched for the second half of Game 2 and all of Game 3, but he played in Game 4 because of Richardson's one-game suspension for an altercation with Zaza Pachulia. In Richardson's absence, Arenas shot 9 for 18 from the field for 20 points, gathered five rebounds and had two assists.

Arenas facing demotion


(4/21/2011) The Orlando Sentinel reports that Magic guard Gilbert Arenas, who was benched in the second half of Game 2 of the first-round playoff series against Atlanta because of his inconsistent play, may find himself without guaranteed minutes moving forward in the playoffs. Magic coach Stan Van Gundy said he hasn’t yet made a decision on the backup point guard position for Thursday night’s game against the Hawks behind starter Jameer Nelson. Van Gundy used forward Hedo Turkoglu as the team’s backup point guard during the second half on Tuesday. “I don’t know what we’re doing,” Van Gundy said. “I haven’t decided exactly what we’re doing. I know Jameer’s going to play a lot of minutes. I know we’re going to use J.J. [Redick off the bench], I know we’re going to use Q[uentin Richardson] and I know we’re going to use Ryan [Anderson]. As far as what we do at the backup point, I’m not totally sure.”

Arenas sees minimal action


(4/16/2011) Magic guard Gilbert Arenas missed the team's season finale on Wednesday with a sore right knee, but was able to take the court in Game 1 of the playoffs. Orlando hosted Atlanta on Saturday, but it would not be pretty game for the Magic or Arenas. The veteran shot just 2 for 5 from the field -- connecting on 1 of his 2 3-pointers -- and go 1 for 2 at the charity stripe. Arenas finished with six points, four assists and a steal in his 12 minutes of court time. Orlando would only see two players reach double figures as they lost to Atlanta, 103-93.

Arenas won't play Wednesday


(4/13/2011) The Orlando Sentinel reports that Magic guard Gilbert Arenas won't play in Wednesday's game against Indiana due to a sore right knee. He had an MRI on his knee Tuesday, but coach Stan Van Gundy said the results came back fine.

Arenas to have MRI on knee


(4/12/2011) The Orlando Sentinel reports that Magic guard Gilbert Arenas sat out Monday's game at Philadelphia to rest his right knee, which has bothered him since March 28. "With both knees being a little sore, I decided just 'rest me' so I can go into the playoffs 100 [percent]," Arenas said. Arenas added that he expects to have an MRI exam on his right knee Tuesday as a precautionary measure. His status for Wednesday against Indiana will be questionable.

Arenas rests sore left leg


(4/11/2011) Magic guard Gilbert Arenas had a sore left leg after Sunday's game against Chicago, so he sat out of Monday's game against the Sixers as a result. The Magic would go on to beat the Sixers 95-85, without him. Arenas has missed a pair of games earlier in April, but that was due to an illness. His status for Wednesday's regular season finale is unknown at this point.

Arenas could rest Monday


(4/11/2011) The Orlando Sentinel reports Monday that Magic guard Gilbert Arenas has a sore left leg following Sunday's game against Chicago and might not play Monday night against the 76ers, according to coach Stan Van Gundy. Arenas played 24 minutes against the Bulls and finished with five points, two rebounds and one steal. This came after arguably his best game Wednesday at Charlotte with 25 points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals in 45 minutes.