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Pedestrian Debut Reveals Arenas' Promise

AP

The fall of Gilbert Arenas has been long and well-chronicled. His days as an NBA All-Star have long been forgotten, erased by the memories of a bum knee that robbed him of the better part of two seasons and a monstrous mistake, his decision to bring unloaded guns into the Wizards locker room last season, which cut short a third.

Arenas' past will never truly be forgotten, available to interested parties with a simple click of a Wikipedia page. But, on Friday, Arenas took the first step toward putting some distance between himself and his history. In his...

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