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Jamison said he hasn't asked the Wizards to trade him, and he expects to be with the club at season's end. He has two more seasons left on his contract.
"I don't see anything happening," Jamison said.
Saunders wouldn't discuss whether the team might try to fill the roster spots that will open up when Arenas and Crittenton are both on the suspended list.
Nor would he speculate about whether Arenas ever will play again for the Wizards. On Wednesday, team president Ernie Grunfeld didn't rule out the possibility of voiding the remainder of Arenas' six-year, $111 million contract.
Jamison was asked whether he thinks his longtime teammate, with Golden State and Washington, will wear a Wizards uniform in the future.
"I would love for it to happen," Jamison said. "He's a guy I've been around pretty much his whole career. ... I know him pretty well, and we've had talks about achieving things together, and I would like to see that become a reality. But that's up to Mr. Grunfeld and the people in the organization -- to see which direction they're going in."
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