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Jeff James – Bellingham Bells

The Bellingham Bells are off to a 2-1 start and have their home opener tonight…new manager Jeff James joins us

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Nick Caples – Bellingham Bells

Doug and Mark talk with Bellingham Bells General Manager Nick Caples as the Bells begin the 2014 season tonight on the road versus the Walla Walla Sweets

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Jake Locker – Tennessee Titans

Titans quarterback Jake Locker out of Ferndale joins us to talk football and preview he and Michael Koenen’s football camp and night of music and comedy coming next month

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Josh Martin – BleacherReport.com

Josh Martin from BleacherReport.com comes on to preview NBA Finals Game One tonight on KPUG

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Greg Wyshynski – Yahoo! Sports

Greg Wyshynski from Yahoo! Sports joins us to preview the Stanley Cup Final between the Kings and the Rangers

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Joe Withee – Emerald Downs

Joe Withee from Emerald Downs previews California Chrome’s run for the Triple Crown on Saturday

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Kevin Ryan – Sehome Mariners

Sehome girls track and field co-head coach Kevin Ryan joins us to look back at the 2A state title in Tacoma on Saturday

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Joe McAuliffe – Squalicum Storm

Squalicum boys soccer coach Joe McAuliffe joins us to talk about the Storm’s 2A state title

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Don Kurtis – KPUG

KPUG General Manager Don Kurtis checks in from the high school state tournament

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Chris Daniels – KING-5 Sports

Chris Daniels from KING-5 Sports joins us with the latest on Steve Ballmer, Donald Sterling and the Los Angeles Clippers

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