Gilbert Arenas isn't ready to officially retire from the NBA.
Agent Zero, who hasn't played in a game since May 2012 with the Memphis Grizzlies, told TMZ earlier this week that he's training in hopes to make a return to the league.
"If I don't get picked up now I'll be ready for next season and hopefully I get a shot," Arenas said. "I'm training. It's still up to the teams to pick me up and give me a shot. I'm going to do my part."
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While out of the NBA, Arenas has been involved in developing music apps with Zya. Earlier in December, Arenas told Bleacher Report that he's going to attempt to make a comeback after he's finished developing apps.
"Yeah, right now I'm just developing apps," Arenas said. "Next summer, I'm going to train really hard and then try to make a team. I'm going to try to come back."
Arenas, who was once one of the most prolific scorers in the league, played in just 17 games with Memphis in the 2011-12 season.