On today’s show, Gilbert Arenas and the #OutofBounds crew kick things off by weighing in on whether or not they’re about that Coachella life. Plus, coming off his kids’ AAU tourney in Las Vegas, Gil explains why he’s the king of Sin City. Then, after the first weekend of NBA playoff action, OOB discusses the biggest stories, including the Pacers waxing the Cavs in Cleveland despite LeBron’s triple-double. Out West, Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said star forward Kawhi Leonard continues to be absent because his personal medical team has not yet cleared him to return. The guys ask how this is affecting his relationship with teammates and the franchise, and Kawhi critic Gil has an unexpected take. In epic fashion news, Warriors guard Nick Young showed up to Oracle Arena for Game 1 of Golden State’s playoff series against the Spurs wearing a silk robe and boxers. The squad reacts to the stripped-down fashion statement in “Fire Fit,” and Gil shares the exchange he had with Swaggy after he saw the look. Moving to the NFL, the panel take sides after the Dallas Cowboys released star receiver Dez Bryant and things got messy between him and America’s Team. Can revenge motivate Dez for the entire next season? Finally, in “On This Day…” the crew remembers the 15th anniversary of Michael Jordan’s final NBA game — a 107-87 Wizards loss to the 76ers in which 40-year-old Jordan scored 15 points. With everyone slurping LeBron for balling out at 33, Gil makes clear what King James needs to do to be in Jordan’s rarefied air.
The most reckless food show on the Internet heads to the most reckless city in America as N.O.R.E hits Sin City for the Art of Rap tour. After the show, our foul-mouthed host goes off the strip and across the tracks to Black Vegas for the best-fried food in the hood. N.O.R.E. gets baked at a weed cooking class before the crew tackles a tomahawk steak with legendary rapper Ice-T. Eventually, the madness winds down (or turns up?) poolside at a crab boil with Benzino and Wu Tang’s Raekwon the Chef.
Ever planned a Vegas trip only to realize that it wasn’t as smooth as you thought it would be? For example, you are getting ready in your hotel room and excited to hit the club, only to get there and your name is not on the guest list as the club promoter promised you. Well, Nu Nightlife app is here to revolutionize the game. The app founder Jeremy Fish and partners Jeff Hanna and Ashwin Shinghania like to describe the application as a “Nu way to experience Las Vegas Nightlife.”
How does the app work? It’s simple. Nu Nightlife will provide all the important information such as which DJ’s will be playing in which clubs such as XS, Marquee, Hakkasan, etc; how much are tickets and what are the price ranges; if guest lists are open or closed for each event; etc.
Not only you have all that information on your phone all in one place, but you can also contact some of the best promoters in Las Vegas directly through the app to help you with deals, priority entry and more, in addition to getting you on the guest list. A digital guest list, built-in chat messaging and a client management system helps simplify promotion.
Another great feature is that club goers can earn a “reputation” with the promoters and consequently gain promoter points. They can see your activity and how frequently you use the app, if you show up on time, bring a lot of girls in your group, etc. The more points, the more perks and the better the promoters will treat you next time you’re in Sin City. The app is available for free download in the iTunes app store. Get it now and enjoy Vegas in a whole different way!