Gilbert Arenas and the #OutofBounds crew always keep it 100, but today especially, as they discuss Thunder superstar Russell Westbrook recording his 100th triple-double. Opinions vary on how big a deal it is, but Gil has strong feelings about Russ’ playing style and championship chances, and also shares a funny story that explains why he never became a triple-double king. In “Secure the Bag,” OOB breaks down QB Kirk Cousins’ reported $84M fully guaranteed contract with the Vikings. Is Minnesota bugging? And will this contract lead to more fully guaranteed NFL money? Gil also has a hot take on what’s behind all the reported signings ahead of actual signings. Next, LeBron James says he’s “got to” stay in the NBA to play with LeBron Jr. if his son, who’s only 13, can realistically make the league in five or six years. The guys weigh in on father-son teammates (and opponents) and whether it will actually happen for the James boys. Putting himself in Bron’s shoes, Gil talks about the time he surpassed his dad and what the repercussions would be if his son ever flamed him on an NBA court. Finally, in “Fair or Foul?” the gang reacts to a report that Madison Square Garden has been using face-scanning technology on customers. Whether it’s for security, marketing, or something else, would you trust your team owner to use it morally? And would it prevent you from attending live games? See what Gil and the guys have to say.
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