With LeBron James in town this weekend to promote the release of his new film, "More Than A Game," I had to ask the MVP how Arenas looked during some star-studded scrimmages this week in Chicago, where Arenas, James, Dwyane Wade, Tracy McGrady, Jermaine O'Neal, Andre Iguodala and Quentin Richardson are said to have played. "He looks good," James said on Friday. "He looks good." Is he all the way back? "He's almost back," said James, who was in Chicago on the first stop of his promotional tour. "He's about, probably, in the high 90s. I'll say that. He's good. He's good. He's good. He should be happy that he's back on track. No limping, no nothing. We played a lot of games, too. Worked out. It was good."Michael Lee. I don't think LeBron said Arenas "looked good" enough times.