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According to ESPN.com, Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas says he faked a knee injury so that a young teammate could get more playing time in a pre-season game.

After completing a one month sentence for a felony gun charge, Gilbert Arenas was released from a halfway house this morning. Arenas plead guilty to a felony gun charge in January.

Gilbert Arenas, the Washington Wizards three-time All-Star point guard, was sentenced Friday in D.C. Superior Court by Judge Robert E. Morin on one felony count of violating the District of Columbia’s strict gun laws. Click here to see his punishment.

NBA Commissioner David Stern today suspended Washington Wizards star Gilbert Arenas and reserve Javaris Crittenton for the remainder of the season. In a statement, Stern explained that there was no question that the players violated the Collective Bargaining Agreement by bringing guns into the Verizon Center locker room.

Washington Wizards reserve guard Javaris Crittenton pleaded guilty in D.C. Superior Court on Monday to a misdemeanor gun possession charge stemming from his locker room confrontation with Gilbert Arenas at Verizon Center last month. He was sentenced to a year of unsupervised probation.

Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas pleaded guilty Friday in D.C. Superior Court to a felony count of carrying a pistol without a license, leaving his career in the NBA in jeopardy. Arenas will be sentenced on March 26.

Washington Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas was charged Thursday with felony gun possession, a crime that carries a maximum five years in jail and a fine, authorities said. The charge was filed by the U.S. Attorney's office for the District.