The last thing the District of Columbia needs is a gun duel in Barrack’s backyard, at the nation’s capital where homicide rates are overwhelming, repulsive, and a disgrace. Years ago, the local basketball team had enough sense to change its name from the Washington Bullets to the Wizards, anxious to remove violence from a troubling society. However, for years, the NBA has dealt with disturbing aspects of firearms in which players are comfortable lugging around concealed weapons. Wasn’t David Stern, an intolerant commissioner, who cracked down on those undaunted enough to commit fraud or reckless crimes, said players should leave their guns at home and could levy massive suspensions or fines? If so, the same type of sanction is convenient for Gilbert Arenas. ...
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