Sayonara to the Slump?

Much has been made recently about Gilbert Arenas' slump over the past couple months.  It's no secret that he's really struggled from three-point range since he suffered a shoulder problem in the December 30th win over Milwaukee, and his problems worsened when Antawn Jamison and Caron Butler went out in February.  

But he may have turned a corner yesterday, one week after getting his shoulder popped back in by a doctor.  Arenas hit five threes in a game for the first time in over a month, and was 9 of 13 from the field.  

Is the slump really over?  Or was this just a case of playing a team that is really struggling defensively?  That's the question that may define the Wizards season.

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