Wearing No. 0 and having given himself the nickname “Agent Zero,’’ he spoke and blogged about plenty of wild things while with the Wizards.  But the fun came to an end once Arenas and Crittenton drew guns on each other in the locker room during an argument about gambling debts.  Crittenton is now facing a murder charge and Arenas finally speaks out.

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“We had a locker room incident that happens in locker rooms,’’ said Arenas, who now wears No. 10, while giving few specifics. “Nobody usually finds out about locker rooms. So it got put out, and the way it got put out. I mean, it was more business than it was what I did or what people think I did. It was more business. It was a business deal. … You’re in the middle of a negotiation. You got to find all the leverage you can.’’

While Arenas returned to Wizards the following season, Crittenton has not played a single minute in the NBA since the incident, which resulted in him also being suspended for the remainder of 2009-10.

Crittenton last summer was charged with murdering a 22-year-old mother of four in his hometown of Atlanta. Police allege Crittenton had instead been targeting another individual who had robbed him earlier in the year. Crittenton, who has denied any involvement, is currently out on bond awaiting trial.

“Hey, when it was supposed to have been both of us going through the same thing, I didn’t hear his name,’’ Arenas said of Crittenton. “It was Gilbert and a teammate. Now, everyone finds out who was the real problem. Hopefully, he gets through it, and God bless him. But that’s none of my concern.”

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