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2/21 Press Box Mornings Hr 1

Ed and Clay begin the show on the Blizzard of ’19 Part Deux and the kids get robbed of a snow day.  Recap of the Golden Knights loss to the Bruins and what it means when Miller is scratched because of a coach’s decision.  Later, Rick Velotta of the Review-Journal discussed the myths behind the Raiders stadium not getting done in time for the 2020 season and explained the progress that’s been made already.

2/21 Press Box Mornings Hr 2

Ed and Clay delve into the VGK loss to the Bruins, as well as, go over what would you do if you were Zion Williamson – would you continue to play with Duke or shut it down?  Also, Michael Gehlkin from the Review-Journal on the Raiders plans as they approach the NFL combine and which disgruntled Steelers player would they benefit the most:  Antonio Brown or Le’Veon Bell?

2/21 Press Box “What’s On Tap” with JR Starkus

Director of Mixology Trade Development, JR Starkus from Southern Glazers Wine & Spirits created a simple, how-to for his own personal favorite cocktail: The Margarita in the fashion of the “Tommy’s Margarita”, in which, JR employs the 2-1-1 model. Also, Breanne Starkus joined us in-studio to support the notion of why scotch is best served filled to the brim, in a very large glass with ice.

2/20 Press Box Mornings Hr 3

Hour three of the Press Box Morning Show with Ralph Michaels from WagerTalk with a CBB preview featuring the weekly situational and technical play.  Nick Canepa from the San Diego Union-Tribune on how the Manny Machado signing has created a hopeful buzz for the tortured fan base.

2/20 Press Box Mornings Hr 2

In the 2nd Hour, Ed and Clay preview the Golden Knights home tilt against the Boston Bruins and their new facility in Henderson.  Can we toy with the idea of picking either Le’veon Bell or Antonio Brown as a Raider?  Later, former MLB Pitcher Josh Towers discussed the impact of the Manny Machado signing will be for the Padres and it’s fans, as well as, how it impacts what Bryce Harper will receive .

2/20 Press Box Mornings Hr 1

Ed and Clay open up on the great Yankee fan, who under the age of 10, has given us hope for the future.  Also a recap of the Runnin’ Rebels win in Wyoming turned into a conversation with calls/reaction from listeners on what they expect to bring the fans back.  Mark Anderson of the Review-Journal added how the current administration doesn’t seem warm to the prospect of hiring Rick Pitino, as a solution.

2/19 Press Box Mornings Hr 3

Ed and Clay deliver hot stories for Breakfast In The Box, including why you should not pay it forward and not like Rick Shroeder.  Later, Ken Thomson from SportsXRadio.com previewed the wild finish to College Basketball’s regular season and touched upon several smaller conferences making big noise and why UNR can be nothing better than a 4 seed.

2/19 Press Box Mornings Hr 2

Ed and Clay preview the Runnin’ Rebels in Wyoming, Bruce Bochy’s retirement and Lute Olsen recovering from a stroke.  Ben Gotz from the Review-Journal talked about the Golden Knights losing 8/11 games, splitting time between Subban/Fleury and obtaining help on Forward.  Also, Las Vegan and NASCAR’s #1 Monster Energy Camaro, Kurt Busch as he gears up for the upcoming race in two weeks at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway, March 1-3.

2/19 Press Box Morning Show Hr 1

Ed and Clay begin the show on the bizarre nature of Clay’s phone and what happens when you jump to conclusions.  More on the Golden Knights shutout loss in Colorado and Antonio Brown causing the Steelers to lose leverage and would it be in the best interests for the Raiders to trade for him?

2/18 Press Box Mornings Hr 1

Ed and Clay began the show on the Blizzard of ’19 – we will rebuild after the deluge of snow and ice and enveloped Southern Nevada. More on the Vegas Golden Knights win, should they rest Fluery after Subban’s win and looking at a possible trade with the Senators. Later, NBA Insider Jamieson Welsh discussed the Association after the ASG, will the Lakers make the playoffs and stories from the East and why the Knicks could be in position to sign both Durant and Kyrie in the offseason.