*Law enforcement sources tell TMZ that the locker room gun incident between Washington Wizards players Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton may have been caught on tape by surveillance cameras. The team has reportedly told DC cops that a surveillance video exists, but they are having trouble downloading it. The source said computer experts have been called in to help out. The Web site says a source connected with the investigation claims the Wizards have been “over cooperative” with cops — “almost as if they want Arenas to go down.” The source adds “there is a better than 50/50 chance the U.S. Attorney will issue a felony arrest warrant against Arenas.”
*Former NBA star Jayson Williams was ordered to wear an alcohol monitoring anklet as part of his DUI case in New York. Appearing in court via video conference from his hospital bed, Williams was told by the judge to wear a SCRAM bracelet — which tests for the presence of alcohol. His next court date is Feb. 16. Witnesses said they saw Williams drive across four lanes of oncoming traffic before smashing his Mercedes into a tree on Jan. 5. Police are accusing him of two counts of drunk driving for the crash — which left Williams with a fractured neck.
*Vanessa Lopez, the woman accusing Shaquille O’Neal of harassing her, has had legal run-ins with at least two other NBA players in the past, TMZ has learned. In 2006, Cleveland Cavaliers guard Delonte West — then with the Boston Celtics — called security on Lopez, claiming she refused to leave his Orlando hotel room. When police were called, Lopez accused West of making unwanted sexual advances toward her. West acknowledged that he had slept with Lopez in the past — but claimed he never flirted with her that night. In 2007, a business manager for Denver Nuggets forward Kenyon Martin called police claiming Lopez somehow got hold of Martin’s credit card. According to the police report, the manager claimed Lopez blew hundreds of dollars — minimum — without Martin’s permission. It’s unclear if criminal charges were ever filed against Lopez for that incident.