NBA's Longest Suspensions

Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton, Wizards
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Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton, Wizards

88 games (50 for Arenas, 38 for Crittenton)

Three-time All-Star guard Gilbert Arenas, who had been suspended indefinitely and missed 12 games, and teammate Javaris Crittenton were suspended for the remainder of the Wizards' 2009-10 season after pleading guilty to gun charges for having weapons in the team's locker room.

But Arenas and Crittenton aren't the first players to be given strict punishments for insubordination. Here are the league's lengthiest non-drug-related suspensions.


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