Arenas To Play This Weekend: Told Ya’ So!

March 26, 2009 at 2:35 am 1 comment

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So if you haven’t already heard, Gilbert Arenas will take the court Saturday and suit up for the Washington Wizards. Thoughts?

I have more than a million questions about the situation, here are a few: Will Arenas help us make a run at the playoffs? Will Arenas help us get Blake Griffin? Will Arenas ever play the same, ever? What do you expect to gain from Arenas’ return? When Arenas comes back, does that help Ed Tapscott or his job security? And blah, blah, blah…

I agree everyone, there is absolutely NO reason to bring Arenas back for the ass of the season. But management thinks otherwise. Aren’t you just overflowing with appreciation and excitement?

If Arenas comes back for the remainder of the season, one of two things will happen (and I hope one of these two scenarios actually does happen because the franchise shouldn’t be rewarded for stupidity). One, Arenas will play the first game and drop 17 points in limited action and all fans will become excited. But in just his second game back, he makes a basket cut on his rubber knee and ends his career forever. OR, two, he’ll drop enough buckets to help the Wizards go on a win-streak at the end of the season and completely take the Wizards out of contention for the #1 overall draft pick.

Either way, Arenas coming back is a HORRIBLE idea. But there is a reason, believe it or not. After all the Wizards’ fans voiced their displeasure with the absurd contract that Gilbert received, GM Ernie Grunfeld has found it necessary to shut us up by making Arenas play (even if it’s a game) in the ’08-09 season. And when Arenas takes the court, watch Grunfeld carefully as he snarls to himself, “I told ya so!”

Oh but hey, what do we have to be so upset about? Perhaps it’s because a player who has three knee surgeries within an 18-month span should NOT receive $111 million and they damn sure shouldn’t be signed to a SIX-year deal!

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  • 1. dunkonu  |  March 26, 2009 at 2:20 pm

    I’m not sure who is more happy about Arenas’ return – Washington or Detroit? If he plays like the last time he returned, this will be an easy win for Motown.

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