Arenas Apology Sets Fine Example

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Gilbert Arenas might not qualify as a role model for kids these days, but as an example to athletes making public apologies, Agent Zero is the man. He signed an essay that appeared in the Washington Post op-ed page Tuesday, reiterating that he deserved his suspension for using guns (albeit unloaded) as if they were toys in the Washington Wizards' locker room.

"Guns and violence are serious problems, not joking matters - a lesson that's been brought home to me over the past few weeks," the essay said. "I thought about this when I pleaded guilty as charged in court and when I accepted my NBA suspension without challenge."Read Full Article »