NBA Quick Shots (Jan. 7th): Gilbert Arenas Done For The Season

Kevin Roberts@BreakingKevinSenior Writer IJanuary 7, 2010

PHOENIX - DECEMBER 19:  Gilbert Arenas #0 of the Washington Wizards drinks water during the NBA game against the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center on December 19, 2009 in Phoenix, Arizona. The Suns defeated the Wizards 121-95. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement.  (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)
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Gilbert Arenas Likely Done For the Year

Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports is reporting from unspecified sources that Gilbert Arenas is likely done for the season "at the very least."

Arenas making a mockery of his situation with teammate Javaris Crittenton has apparently infuriated NBA commish David Stern, and the point guard's prospects for playing anytime soon are getting worse by the day.

For more on Arenas, click here .

Pau Gasol Has Grade One Hamstring Tear

This sounds a lot worse than it is. A grade two tear had Gasol missing 11 games earlier in the year. Expect to have him on your bench for at least a week, and maybe a bit longer.

Don't fret. Gasol is a beast and won't be out longer than two weeks, at the most.

Blake Griffin Eyeing Return

Griffin is reportedly set to make his NBA debut in roughly two weeks, eyeing a January 20 return.

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Read more on Griffin's possible return here .

Chauncey Billups Expected to Return Friday

Billups, who has missed seven of the past eight games with a groin injury, practiced on Thursday and is expected to return to action on Friday night.

You may want to hold off for a game or two to be sure he's back to full form, but it shouldn't be long before Billups is aiding your fantasy lineup with a solid stat line.

Downgrade Ty Lawson going forward.

Kevin Love Suffers Knee Injury, Appears Fine

Love suffered a knee-on-knee injury in a collision with Golden State forward Corey Maggette, but then returned to finish the game on Wednesday night.

He also suffered an eye injury after being poked, but was able to play through both injuries.

Neither injury appears to be serious, so expect Love to continue his stellar sophomore season in your starting lineup.

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