LeBron/Arenas interaction at the free throw line I couldn't find any other Gilbert Arenas threads and I looked back to December. Perhaps they are lost in one of these other teams/other series threads. Anyway, did anyone notice that LeBron James actually went up to Gilbert Arenas and talked to him during his free-throw shooting at the very end of that game. He approached him at the free throw line twice. I may not have the sequence exactly right, but I think it was actually before the 1st and before the 2nd. He missed both. I don't think I was hallucinating, but WTF? What is he doing approaching and talking to Arenas before he shoots his free throws when the game is on the line? Man oh man. Since the NBA is so rules crazy maybe they should add some kind of free throw restraining order type rule. You know like an opposing player can't come within ten feet of a player shooting a free throw. Just kidding. But seriously, I would really think that would mess up a guys concentration. I don't know what he said each time, but I wouldn't overlook the possibility that whatever it was unnerved Arenas. Even if what he said was pseudo-supportive, just the fact that he did it would be unnerving. LeBron may be a master psychological chess player in addition to his other talents. Yikes.