On today’s episode, Gilbert Arenas and the #OutofBounds crew kick things off with a spicy hot take on Loyola-Chicago and Sister Jean…before discussing how injuries to the Warriors’ All-Star quartet will affect Golden State’s chances of winning another title. Gil has a couple teams the Dubs definitely do not want to see in the first round, when they might still be recovering and without an ailing Steph Curry. With news that 76ers coach Brett Brown thinks Markelle Fultz could come back soon from his shoulder injury but is leaving that decision up to the rookie, OOB breaks down what’s really going on and how his return might affect both him and the Sixers. Then, following former NFL coach Jeff Fisher’s admission that he never responded to an apology letter from his former Titans QB Vince Young because his name was misspelled, the guys discuss petty and arrogant coaches and Gil breaks down how players respond to such shady coaches. Next, on “Face to Face,” friend of the show and former Sacramento King Matt Barnes joins via FaceTime to talk about the turmoil in Sac-town following the police killing of Stephon Clark, the Kings’ response, how he and DeMarcus Cousins got involved paying for the funeral, and what else he’s doing to end police and self-inflicted violence in the community. Finally, in “Fair or Foul?” the squad reacts to an announcement that the Oakland A’s will be charging rival SF Giants fans extra to park at the Coliseum unless they shout “Go A’s!” at the gate. In discussing the psychological warfare of sports rivalries, Gil shares the story of some curious chicken nuggets that messed his whole world up.
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