Saunders said he "would anticipate" that Arenas plays tonight, but he was non-committal about starting him alongside Wall. Arenas returned to practice on Monday after missing the previous two days of practice with a right ankle sprain and three practices overall. He was on the court getting ready with the team, with his ankle again taped, as it prepared for the morning walkthrough. "He's probably anxious to play," Saunders said. "Still not 100 percent." When asked if he plans to eventually field a backcourt featuring Arenas and Wall, Saunders paused and said, "As I've told these guys, Hinrich has had an unbelievable camp. We're going to have a find a way to play all three of these guys."Michael Lee.