The NBA's Washington Wizards have told locker room heat-packing star Gilbert Arenas that they believe he is in violation of his mammoth $111 million contract.

As a result of his actions - a gun-toting standoff with a teammate in the team's facility - the Wizards say they have the right to void Arena's deal, and may do so.

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Surveillance cameras may have caught the Christmas Eve standoff in which basketball star Gilbert Arenas pulled a gun on his teammate, Javaris Crittenton.

The Washington Wizards have told District of Columbia police that they have locker room surveillance video but are having trouble downloading the footage.

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NBA star Gilbert Arenas has been suspended indefinitely after a much-publicized incident in which he allegedly pulled a gun on a teammate in the locker room.

The Washington Wizards player will not be suiting up - or getting paid - until further notice. In a statement this afternoon, NBA commissioner David Stern said:

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Gilbert Arenas of the Washington Wizards is known as Agent Zero, a nickname presumably derived his uniform number ... or his total number of brain cells.

The NBA star is in legal hot water after a prank gone awry. Perhaps he should have brought a squirt gun to work instead of keeping the real thing in his locker.

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In 1995, Abe Pollin changed the name of his NBA franchise from the Washington Bullets to the Wizards because the "violent overtones" of bullets were upsetting.

One can only imagine how Pollin, who passed away a little over a month ago, would have reacted to this story about the Wizards' all-star player, Gilbert Arenas.

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