You've probably forgotten about Javaris Crittenton by now. He's the guy who threatened to shoot Gilbert Arenas in the knee over an unpaid boo-ray debt in January of 2010, and was then accused of murdering a 22-year-old mother of four in August of 2011. Crittenton has been out on bond since being charged with the crime, but today he was officially indicted by a grand jury in Atlanta, Ga.
According to the indictment, Crittenton—who is also accused of being a member of the Mansfield Crips of Los Angeles—was seeking revenge for an incident in which he was robbed at gunpoint by members of a rival gang when he shot and killed Julian Jones. Jones is not believed to have been involved in the robbery.
Crittenton last played in the NBA with the
Memphis Grizzlies Washington Wizards in 2009.