Gilbert Arenas has a grim vision for Isaiah Stewart after the Pistons forward’s bloody clash with LeBron James on Sunday.
After James elbowed his eye, Stewart repeatedly blamed the Lakers star on the weight of anger – suggesting that the Arenas might trade.
In a comment on Instagram, Arenas advised Stewart to “pack all the ST, yo winter jackets and shoes (Budapest) will be traded somewhere” because “you won’t be charged on TV # King.”
Arenas warned Stewart, “He is undergoing drug testing quickly to ensure that rage is not drug-related.”
Sunday’s incident sparked an on-court brawl, which saw players and coaches holding back Stewart. Five stitches are required After the game.
Arenas wrote that Stewart “didn’t read the fighting effort memo in the NBA” and listed four players who “didn’t square up” with you, including James, Nets star Kevin Durant and Warriors duo Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.
The elbow occurred in the third quarter of the Lakers ’121-116 victory over the Pistons. Stewart was fired after receiving two technical fouls for his role in the brawl. James was also tossed and called for a Flagrant 2 foul.
Arenas claims the Lakers-Pistons strife was worse than the gun incident in the Wizards locker room in 2009.
Was a three-time All-Star Suspended from the NBA To bring unloaded firearms into the locker room after a heated argument with teammate Javaris Crichton for the rest of the 2009-10 season.
The NBA has not yet given Stewart or James additional discipline.