Arenas' 50-Game Ban Is Not Enough

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Because I almost care, who do you think feels worse right about now -- Gilbert Arenas, Javaris Crittenton, the pistol-whipped Wizards, the Nail Clippers or David Stern? Age before unsightliness, I always advocate.

So, the commissioner sent Arenas (50 games) and Crittenton (38) to bed without their paychecks and per diems for the rest of the season.

"They brandished firearms, and that just can't be tolerated," Stern said in a conference call. "If there's any doubt to any of our players about it in the future, we will be dealing with this in an even more severe way."

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