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WASHINGTON -  JANUARY 15:  NBA player Gilbert Arenas (L) and his layer Kenneth L Wainstein (C) arrive at District of Columbia Court January 15, 2010 in Washington, DC.  The Washington Wizards star was to appear in court to answer to felony charges for bringing gun into the Wizards locker room.  (Photo by Brendan Smialowski/Getty Images)
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Alex LoomisContributor IJanuary 15, 2010

Why do athletes make the decisions they do when they know someone is going to find out and blow it up?  Ask Agent Zero.  Maybe he'll tell you what was running through his mind when he decided it would be okay to put guns in his NBA locker.  In Washington D.C. no less.

Arenas is not the only one though.

Take Plaxico Burress for example, he shot himself.  Enough said there.

Or how about former NBA and college basketball Jayson Williams who just recently pleaded guilty to aggravated assault, nearly eight years later.

Now what could it possibly be that would cause these 'professionals' to do such things?  Maybe they need more attention.  Or maybe they are just plain dumb. 

If their lives are depressing then I don't know what there idea of a good life it, maybe billions instead of millions is what they want.  Who knows.  For now we will just have to wait until March 26th to see what this latest case will bring us.

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