Arenas told the magazine he wasn't using "longevity thinking" when he brought firearms into the team locker room, spurring a confrontation with teammate Javaris Crittendon.
Whatever that means.
Arenas pleaded guilty to a felony gun charge in January and was suspended from the NBA for the remainder of the season. The former All-Star still categorizes the incident that led to all of this as a "prank."
Also of note is the revelation that Arenas had up to 500 guns at his home, many of which he acquired from an elderly man's World War I collection. He said he'd put all but four into storage when he started having children.
Arenas said he is saddened that he has "messed up" the legacy of Wizards owner Abe Pollin, who died in November. He added that he's apologized to Polin's wife for his actions.
We will have to read the entire piece to get the full picture here, but I feel like everyone is going to read this and focus on the 500 guns. Kudos to Arenas for admitting that he got a just punishment, but perhaps you want to omit the part about your arsenal of weapons while awaiting sentencing for a gun-related offense.