Editor's Note: As I understand it, the league is only getting involved because it's possible Arenas had the gun on league property or while doing something league-related. They seem not to care if you have it in your house.
Mike Jones tweets that Gil isn't facing criminal charges, which is good. So I'm guessing now he has a gun, maybe it's registered and he mistakenly had it on NBA property. As always, though, there's a lot more information to figure out.
Fine or suspension? Hopefully just suspension. Can anyone clarify the rules concerning this issue? Does the NBA have any regulations about this, or is it just him having a gun without a permit, or what is it? This is stupid, in my opinion. :)