I don't put a whole lot of stock in Hollinger, really, but I'm always willing to listen to somebody help prove my point. Plus, it's always fun to start this particular argument.
There's an article on ESPN Insider right now about the worst shot jacker's in the league. Here's the Arenas paragraph:
"Gilbert Arenas, Wizards
No, it's not that kind of all-gunner team, but Arenas still belongs. Actually he rivals Ellis for the captain's spot. Arenas ranks third in the league in usage rate despite a TS% below the league norm at 51.1 percent; he seemed particularly fond of quick 3s off the dribble, attempting nearly six triples a game but hitting only 34.8 percent from long range.
Arenas' 7.2 assists per game were a new career high, but that's damning with faint praise -- he should have been sharing it more given his reduced effectiveness as a scorer."
I wouldn't say it's damning, exactly, but the point about the quick 3's is particularly spot on. You can find the whole article here if you're one of the super special insiders. If not, you can probably figure out who the rest of the guys on list are, anyway.