It seems like ages ago that Gilbert Arenas was at the top of the league in scoring, playing with the ultimate chip on his shoulder, blogging about the world according to himself and screaming, "HIBACHI!" after sinking yet another game-winning shot. That version of Arenas is from two years and three knee surgeries ago. Time has a way of changing people, and no one understands that more now than Arenas. Since tearing his MCL towards the end of the 2006-2007 season, he has been active for just 15 games. It isn't enough that the Wizards are in the midst of a roster revamp with the addition of Mike Miller and Randy Foye, but the team will also see the return of Brendan Haywood who played in just six games last season. Tack on the arrival of new coach Flip Saunders, and it would seem that the Wi ...
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