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August 10 2018
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Oct. 16: Raptors President Masai Ujiri
October 16 2018
Bob McCown and John Shannon start the show off, they are joined by Mike Zeisberger (16:20), along with Ray Ratto (33:35). After that Richard Deitsch joins Bob for the rest of the show they have Mike Breen as their first guest (55:21) followed by Stephen Brunt (1:14:00). Then Bob and Richard are joined in studio by Raptors President Masai Ujiri (1:30:09), before Tim Layden wraps up the show.
Masai Ujiri: "You play to win a championship"
October 16 2018
Raptors President Masai Ujiri joins Bob McCown and Richard Deitsch to discuss his outlook for the Raptors season.
Kawhi Leonard can lift the Raptors ceiling
October 16 2018
Mike Breen joined Bob McCown and Richard Deitsch to preview the upcoming NBA season.
Oct. 15: Heavy on hockey
October 15 2018
Bob is joined by John Shannon to start the show their guests are Greg Millen (13:15) and Mike Futa (30:45). After that Richard Deitsch is with Bob for the rest of the show, up first with them is Bob Ryan (56:19) followed by Dan Shulman (1:15:10) and Jim Hughson (1:28:31) with Shi Davidi closes out the show.

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