Welcome to #MixtapeMonday, a weekly installment in which we focus on one NBA player, past, present, or future, capable of wowing the crowd on a nightly basis, showing off their captivating highlight compilations.
This week, we put the spotlight on Gilbert Arenas, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound point guard with a wicked crossover and an ability to light up the opposition for an easy 40 points on any given occasion.
Agent Zero, as he was called by the Washington D.C. faithful, played for four different NBA franchises, however spent the prime of his career with the Wizards, his most successful period coming in a two-year span between 2005-07.
In 2005-06, he dropped an impressive 29.3 points per game in addition to his nightly averages of 6.1 dimes and 2 steals, earning his first All-Star berth.
The following year, Arenas simply put on a show every time he touched the floor, hitting an astounding three buzzer-beating game-winners in addition to franchise-record setting 60-point outing against Ko...