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Feb. 20: We've got a special Raptors roundtable
February 20 2019
A Raptors and NBA roundtable starts off today’s episode of PTS as Paul Jones and Sherman Hamilton join Bob McCown and Arash Madani ahead of DeMar DeRozan’s return to Toronto on Friday. In the second hour, Bob and Richard Deitsch place a call to Ben Higgins of The Mighty 1090 in San Diego to gauge the city’s reaction to Manny Machado signing with the Padres. Following Higgins, Bob and Richard speak to Scott Eden of ESPN the Magazine who wrote a detailed piece on disgraced NBA referee Tim Donaghy and his past exploits. With the trade deadline approaching, Jim Hughson of the NHL on Sportsnet chats with Bob and Richard just as the Wild dealt winger Charlie Coyle to the Boston Bruins; and to end off the show, national baseball writer Tim Kurkjian speaks with Bob and Richard from Clearwater, Florida as he makes his way around the different the MLB complexes during Spring Training.
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Charlie Coyle can be the second line winger the Bruins have needed all year
February 20 2019
The play-by-play broadcaster for the NHL on Sportsnet and Hockey Night in Canada joins Bob McCown and Richard Deitsch to give his thoughts on potential trades leading up to Monday's deadline, talks about the situation in Columbus, reacts to the breaking news that the Bruins have acquired Charlie Coyle from the Wild, and analyzes the impressive win streak of the St. Louis Blues.
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Feb. 19: The MLB offseason finally gets going
February 19 2019
Dan Shulman of Sportsnet/ESPN speaks to Bob McCown and Arash Madani about Manny Machado's rumoured 10-year/$300M deal with the Padres and the star-studded Duke Blue Devils featuring top prospects Zion Williamson and Canadian RJ Barrett [11:11]. Is the AAF already in financial trouble? Bob and Arash speak to David Glenn of the Athletic who broke down Carolina Hurricanes' owner Tom Dundon's $250M investment into the new football league [42:59]. In the second hour, Richard Deitsch joins Bob as co-host and asks Bob Ryan further about the Machado signing and if the Patriots would have interest in Colin Kaepernick now that his lawsuit with the NFL has been settled [55:20]. Afterwards, Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman joins the show on the day he released his weekly 31 Thoughts column - have Mark Stone and Matt Duchene played their last games as Ottawa Senators [1:15:08]? The final hour starts with Toronto Blue Jays' GM Ross Atkins who spoke about his club arriving to Spring training in Dunedin, the expectations for Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and Marcus Stroman's comments from earlier this week [1:30:46]. To cap off the show, former MLSE boss Richard Peddie calls-in ahead of the 20th anniversary of Scotiabank Arena (formerly the Air Canada Centre), as the first game played there was between the Toronto Maple Leafs and Montreal Canadiens on February 20, 1999 [2:00:44].
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Ross Atkins: Jays fortunate to have a great group of prospects
February 19 2019
Toronto Blue Jays general manager Ross Atkins joined Bob McCown and Richard Deitsch on Prime Time Sports to discuss the team's offseason and outlook for 2019. 
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