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Arenas vows to score 55 on Murphy because of 2002 dinner faux pas
- Updated: February 14, 2007
Gilbert Arenas continued his calls for vengeance this week, saying he’d drop 55 on the Indiana Pacers next month because former teammate Troy Murphy didn’t pass him the salt at a team dinner during their playing days at Golden State.
The cocky Agent Zero, clearly still distressed over the dining faux pas, discussed the 4-year-old incident on Tuesday night.
"It was 2002 and we were eating at TGI Friday’s in San Antonio," Arenas said, just a few days after his promise to the Trailblazers didn’t come through.
"I asked Troy to pass the pepper, which he did, but he failed to pass the salt as well. Total disrespect. I’m going off on him. The whole organization. Fuck it, the entire state of Indiana too."
Arenas then chartered a plane for Texas, where he joined a men’s league for one game to exact revenge on Chris Mills, who he claimed did not include him in a Madden tournament in the team hotel during a road trip in 2001.
After torching Mills? team for 67 points, Arenas was reportedly seen scouring the streets of Houston with a basketball and a referee yelling, ?Sura! Where are you?!?