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That time Gilbert Arenas threw rocks at the cops


Just when you think you've heard dit all. From his plan to save the WNBA with sexier uniforms and more attractive players to calling the Jazz defense "dumb as fu**", putting up a $100.000 for a shootout against Swaggy P or taking a s**t in Andray Blatche's shoe. Believe or not, there is more.

While on the "Road Trippin'" podcast, appearing with his buddy Nick Young, Fry and Jefferson went down memory lane and talked about their wildest experiences with Agent Zero, and they had stories to tell. One episode had Fry in a close encounter with the police after Arenas threw rocks at them. Being a 17-year-old African-American, the situation wasn't so funny to Fry at the time:

Some people just get away with stuff like this. So first he throws rocks at the police, then he calls them pigs and in the end, they, of course, know him and dab him up.

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Jefferson shared a story when he went to Wal-Mart to buy a video game and bumped into Arenas who was there buying bullets for one of his guns. He also had a rifle with him. His gun episode is well known, and the Wizards tried to address it.

They organized a gun-safety meeting that was mandatory for all players. Gilbert did attend, but it seems he didn't take it too seriously. While the meeting was going on, Arenas pulled out a bb gun and emptied it into Swaggy P.

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