WASHINGTON (AP) — An agent for the Washington Wizards’ Javaris Crittenton is responding to reports of a locker room dispute by saying his client hasn’t broken any laws.
The New York Post has reported that Crittenton and Wizards star Gilbert Arenas drew guns on each other in a locker room dispute.
Arenas has acknowledged bringing guns to the locker room in the past, but has declined to discuss specifics of the incident. Arenas is scheduled to meet with authorities about the matter on Monday.
Crittenton’s agent, Mark Bartelstein, said Monday he’s confident that an investigation will show that “Javaris has done nothing wrong.” He declined to go into detail about the incident in the team’s locker room.