On the off off off chance that Gilbert Arenas says anything enlightening on Twitter during the NBA lockout, Orlando Magic officials would be unwise to retweet any of Agent Zero’s pioneering insights, lest they be fined $1 million by the league and subject themselves to the loss of draft picks. Yup, according to Ric Bucher of ESPN, teams are going to get walloped if they mention players in a tweet or re-tweet anything by them during the work stoppage. And yup, that makes little to no sense.
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