May 10: Kawhi Leonard sends the Raps to the ECF
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What. A. Game. Prime Time Sports co-host Richard Deitsch joins the show to share his thoughts on Game 7 between the Raptors and Sixers, and of course, Kawhi Leonard’s iconic game-winner with Bob McCown and John Shannon (4:05); later in the hour, the man who called the game for TNT, Kevin Harlan, spoke about broadcasting such a huge moment – the first Game 7 buzzer-beater in NBA history (4:31). For the remainder of the program, a special Raptors roundtable assembles with McCown, Stephen Brunt, Paul Jones, and Arash Madani. The panel goes in-depth on the final play of the game, looks ahead to the Milwaukee, and ask where the moment ranks in Toronto sports history. Bob, Stephen, Paul, and Arash also place a call to Raptors’ TV analyst Leo Rautins (5:30pm) and play-by-play voice Matt Devlin (6:05pm) who called the memorable game across Canada on Sportsnet.
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