Three-time NBA All-Star guard Gilbert Arenas has had a very colorful career during his time in the league. So much so, that we even came up with a piece detailing the 38-year-old's wild and unlivable life.

Arenas recently went on a Reddit binge, and he opened up about the biggest regret in his career. Surprisingly, it did not involve any of the controversies he was involved in in the past. Rather, the 6-foot-3 point guard expressed his regret at not being able to handle his injuries the proper way.

“my only regret is i didn't take my injuries seriously,” Arenas wrote. “for a guy who had never been injured i was training like any other summer instead of properly rehabbing.”

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Gilbert Arenas made three straight All-Star appearances for the Washington Wizards between 2005 and 2007. Unfortunately for him, it all went downhill from there due to a series of career-altering injuries. Over the next three seasons, Arenas would suit up a grand total of just 47 games. This includes 13 games played during the 2007-08 campaign and just two contests in the 2008-09 season.

Prior to his injuries, Arenas was one of the top players in the league, and this sense of invincibility probably got into his head a bit too much. Instead of treating his injuries the proper way, he brushed them off. This obviously backfired on him, and he was never the same player ever again.

This is also something we should all regret, as injuries pretty much robbed us of three or so years of Arenas in his absolute prime.