The Washington Wizards plan to fine some players for participating in Gilbert Arenas' on-court antics that made light of his gun troubles, an NBA official said Thursday.
WASHINGTON — The Washington Wizards plan to fine some players for participating in Gilbert Arenas’ on-court antics that made light of his gun troubles, an NBA official said Thursday.
The official told AP the team is reviewing details from the Tuesday night game at Philadelphia before determining who will be fined and how much.
Before the game, Arenas was surrounded by his teammates when he knelt on the court and pointed his index fingers at them, as if he were firing guns. A photograph shows nearly all the players laughing or smiling.
The official said the fines would be contingent in part on whether Arenas and his teammates planned it ahead of time.
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Arenas was suspended indefinitely without pay by the NBA on Wednesday for bringing guns to the Verizon Center and related incidents.
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