Arenas plans to opt out of his contract after next season

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  1. chickenwang

    chickenwang (the) state of the art

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    Well, I don't think Wizards fans will like him saying that that much but Clipper fans can start praying for a miracle so he can come back home to LA!!!!

    Washington's outspoken star told two Washington-area newspapers that he plans to opt out of his contract after next season. Under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, Arenas can sign a more lucrative extension if he were to opt out of the six-year, $65 million contract that he signed in 2003 than if he simply added years to the existing deal.
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  2. Final Chapta

    Final Chapta End of Story

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    fuck it ..

    trade arenas for jacque jones

    Cubs need another deep threat.














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  3. Thoughtz

    Thoughtz Well-Known Member

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    Did you say Cubs...and deep throat? wtf is going on here
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  4. Purple Haze

    Purple Haze pop warner hof

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    Arenas on the Clippers would be interesting.

    I would like to see him in Houston with Tmac. That would be a dangerous combo.
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  5. Identity

    Identity Shaq fears Yao!

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    wizards blow. arenas knows they'll never win a championship, not with that sorry ass bench and soft players like antawn jamison and brendon haywood. if i was arenas i'd go to the mavericks! or the bulls :)
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  6. .KeyNote.

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    smart move

    although he is comin off of knee surgery
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  7. double ML

    double ML Guest

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  8. MC propaganda

    MC propaganda Well-Known Member

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    lol arenas said if it dont get better?

    hes the reason it hasnt in the playoffs.

    missed free throws choking under pressure cause lebron was talking shit that would have extended the season helping them to possibly win one season

    injured next season leaving all his teammates out to try

    hes a puss.
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  9. chickenwang

    chickenwang (the) state of the art

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    kobe for arenas straight up.

    that's a better trade than most people give it credit for. kobe can ball in the east, tear it up. arenas can play in his home town. arenas has the personality for LA without a doubt. it solves both players problems, but i dunno the salary cap crap that plays into it. but on paper, that's a good trade that helps both teams.

    granted, the wizards will be just as good with kobe as they were with arenas, and vice versa with the lakers. don't expect either to transcend towards greatness immediately.
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