Back in February, Raymond Felton was arrested in New York City and charged with several counts of criminal possession of a weapon after he allegedly threatened his wife Ariane Raymondo-Felton with an unregistered gun that he kept inside the couple's home. And at the time, it sounded like the Knicks guard was going to face some serious jail time as a result of the charges that he was hit with.

But earlier today, Felton appeared before a judge and agreed to plead guilty to a reduced weapons charge. In exchange for his plea, Felton is going to avoid jail time altogether and essentially escape any major penalties as a result of his arrest (he'll have to serve some community service and pay a fine). Newsday reporter Jim Baumbach broke Felton's current situation down a short time ago:

People on Twitter are reacting to the news about Felton, well, about how you would expect them to react:

Do you think Felton got off too easy—or did the punishment fit the crime here? Either way, Felton is going to be back on the court for the Knicks next season.

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[via @jimbaumbach]