While his value is still exceptionally high. He's absurdly talented, but he plays like a 6-3 version of TMac. He's got no idea how to integrate his talents within a team game. He's just dribble, dribble, dribble shoot whenever he feels like it (which is often). Given his skills, that can win you a decent number of games. But it wins you **** in the playoffs, where inevitably you find yourself up against a team that has a player as talented as you, but who plays a team game. Arenas is one of these guys who thinks he can control the flow of a game. But really, all he knows how to do is 'force' it, again and again and again. And he's talented enough that it looks like he understands how to control a game, but its fools gold. Moody, unrepentant chuckers don't lead your team to championships. They lead you to 1st and 2nd round playoff exits.