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"jeremy julius" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"As we celebrate the fortieth anniversary of the passage of title nine, we welcome one of the legends of American soccer, a hall of Famer, one of the key cogs on the ninety nine World Cup championship team that would do so much to advance women's sports in the US and beyond our old friend colleague Julie Foudy Julie Thank. You for being with us, Jeremy Julius it's kind of impossible to talk about the evolution of Women's sports. Sports in the impact of title, nine forty eight years later without talking about nineteen ninety nine, and I know you talk about it all the time and I know you're asked to talk about it all the time but you can't really overstate the significance of what happened that summer. When you think back to it now. How do you place it in the context of all that we've seen in terms of progress women's sports. You know I I take a long heavy side there because when we were in the moment and ninety nine. We felt, and we were very cognizant of the fact that this is going to be the standard that all other women sporting events this fire to and not just women's soccer. That's right like we're very conscious of. We're in the moment. We're setting the standard. We're doing it in big stadium for doing it national. We're not going. Which is what? Fee for wanted us to do go on the east, coast only do regional tournament play and five to ten thousand seat stadiums. We blew up that plan. We said that stupid. We're GONNA. Show the world. What Women's sports should look like what the standards should be so that people understand the potential that they can tap into right, and so it was really got the in that regard actually us soccer I found out later assumed risk because feet, said no. We're not gonNA. Take on that risk to go to big stadiums and do a national footprint so us. Soccer said okay well. Let's do all that risk we're. GonNa do it. And And so in the moment we felt like. Oh, my gosh, this is going to have a lot. Revolutionize the way people. Invest in Women's sports the way they put on events in women's sports because we had a whole local organizing committee that..
"jeremy julius" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Show, we'll be remembering a sportswriting legend Marie Alderman died this week at the age of ninety eight, but I, as we celebrate the forty eighth anniversary of the passage of title nine. We welcome one of the legends of American soccer, a hall of Famer one of the key. On the Ninety Nine World Cup championship team that would do so much to advance women's sports in the US, and beyond our old friend and colleague, Julie Foudy, Julie thank you for being with us, Jeremy Julius. It's kind of impossible to talk about. The evolution of Women's sports in the impact of title, nine forty eight years later without talking about nineteen, ninety nine and I know you talk about it all the time and I know you're asked to talk about it all the time but you can't really overstate the significance of what happened that summer. When you think back to it now, how do you place it in the context of all that we've seen in terms of progress women sports. You Know I. I take a long heavy site there because when we were in the moment and ninety nine. We felt, and we were very cognizant of the fact that this is going to be the standard that all other women's sporting events this fire to and not just women's soccer. That's right like we were very conscious of. We're in the moment. We're setting the standard. We're doing it in big stadiums. We're doing it national. We're not going. Which is what? Fee for wanted us to do go on the east coast. Only do a regional tournament play and five to ten thousand seat stadium. We blew up at plan said that's stupid. We're GONNA. Show the world what women sports should look like what the standards should be so that people understand the potential that they can tap into right, and so it was really gutsy in that regard actually us. Soccer I found out later assumed all risks because fee, she said No. We're not GONNA take on that risk to go to big stadiums and do a national footprint so us. Soccer said okay well. Let's do all that risk. We're going to do it and And, so in the moment we felt like. Oh, my gosh, this is going to revel revolutionize the way people. Invest in Women's sports the way they put on events in women's sports, but because we had a whole little, Clark and I think committee that..
"jeremy julius" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Win three World Series titles and five years RIP legend much love and he'll be remembered as such. We also got the big news this morning in the NBA that Anthony Davis as officially requested a trade NBA trade deadline about a week and a half away. So we'll see if a deal is consummated because acquire a player requests, a trade doesn't mean that it's necessarily going to be consummated. But now that it's out there. I mean, we've known for a while that anything you Davis wasn't gonna resign with the pelicans. But does put a team in a tough spot. Now, thankfully for them. Anthony Davis is a hot commodity. And I know a lot of teams would love the opportunity to try and learn him to their franchise. And you know, sometimes I think about the situation in Oklahoma City with Paul George was a done deal is going to lake. Right. Well, Oklahoma City they were proactive made a move they brought him in. And what do you know, they want him over and he stayed? So sometimes the best recruitment is getting a chance to give up discernible assets for somebody. So he knows Ayla. This team was actually willing to give up a lot to get me. And they felt like they could win me over the other side of that is unless you're like the Lakers, which is the stories of that's where he wants to play. You know? Can't blame a guy from one to go play for the Lakers. It's annoying for a lot of people in the NBA. But that's just the score man in these players in the NBA have so much power so much control. Is it fair small-market teams? Well, life ain't fair. Okay. That's how it goes in these players should have the right to go where they want. Now, what we talked to Steve aspirin or about is it should they make it to where these big clubs can offer max deals early like their parent club's should they make it even harder for these players rec- hitting free agency. I'm of the belief that free agency should be just that free to choose where you wanna go in if a players in a toxic situation where a team can't win or the fans aren't showing up kind of like when Anthony Davis is in shouldn't have the right to have some say in where he plays. I mean players have no say in where they get drafted. So he basically had to play with the pelicans for X amount of years. And then when you hit that free agency, if you've made yourself a commodity, then you should be able to pick the t. You want to choose the right of any free agent. But they want to make it harder for these players. They want to give the parent club and advantage. And I don't blame the NBA for that wanna keep star players the certain team because when you draft player, and you build around them in a lot of guys, you know, on the pelicans right now, probably feeling like damn, dude. You're leaving drew holidays. Like, y'all I stayed because I wanna play with you, my man, and you just think about the long term ramifications the ripple effect, and it's pretty far-reaching. And and it is unfortunate for some of these teams. But the end of the day man free agency means free to choose. And I never had a problem with Kevin Durant. Come to the warriors. I thought that it was a good on the warriors for making this place such an attractive destination. And nobody is feeling sorry. For the words when they couldn't attract anybody to come play here. So when the shoe's on the other foot now all of a sudden, everybody's up in arms to me. Player should have the right to go where they want. But I understand for the long term sustainability the league into to have a presence in all these different markets. It only seems fair that these smaller market teams, you know, especially should have the right to be able to offer their potential free agents even more to keep players that they drafted in that they've really marketed their entire franchise around because it's not just about building a winner. I mean, he is the face of that franchise. And that matters. I mean think about what happened to the Cleveland Cavaliers the first time when LeBron left they went into a tailspin. Now look at him again. Lebron leaves again got appeal all those billboards down all the LeBron stuff goes now, he's a Laker. And guess what? The Cavs are trash. So it's a tough. It's not one of those where there's necessarily a right or wrong answer. I'm always going to side with the players and the right to choose and never gonna really side with billionaire owners who boy what a tough burden for the NBA franchise that you only do I think that the salaries are a little out of hand. Yeah. But something's worth with somebody's willing to pay for it, man. So good on them. I mean, Anthony Davis can turn down that much money five years two hundred and forty million dollars dam. I mean, I tweeted that out today. It's just it's hard to fathom. It's hard to wrap my head around that like a player can just be like five years to forty. Oh, you no, I'm good. Thank you. Now, I'll I'll go play for the Lakers for four for one sixty. That'd be fine. With me. We're still one hundred sixty million dollars and at what point how much money is. You know like enough, right? Anthony davis. He's probably gonna sign a couple more contracts in his NBA career, not to mention all the endorsements. So he's going to be just fine. And he says, you know, I it's not about all the money in the world for him. He wants to win basketball games. And I mean, let's face it. The pelicans ain't going to be challenging for Western Conference supremacy anytime soon, but if he goes to the Lakers, LeBron they're a couple more years left of 'em at somewhere near the top of his game. And then get a couple more free agents. And now, we know the Lakers have no problem going into the luxury tax. They got money to burn. So maybe that could be the challenge for the Golden State Warriors, and I know would make basketball and California more more, enjoyable more more entertaining. That's for sure I let's go to Vic and Cupertino real quick before we play Puffer fast vehicle, man. What's up? So Ryan, I just wanna say I feel for Alvin gentry. Yeah. Me too. Yeah. Good. Call. I don't know it seems like like some months ago, they had cousins they had holiday that Anthony Davis. They had a chance to make all noise the play offs, and then causes injury that they just run into a bus on the Western Conference. And it's just like how you compete in the Western Conference unless you're one of the top markets. It's just crazy. I don't know. Yeah. And I mean think about it last year in the playoffs. I thought that the pelicans might have been best suited other than the rockets, of course, to give the words a series member. They've met in round two, and I thought okay. Like there could be a little something here. Maybe the size of the pelicans could bother of. And that was obviously cousins was hurt. But Mira was coming on. And I'm like, all right. That's one more. I mean, they can play a little bit. And then it was like, yeah. No the warriors are in playoff mode now. Thanks for coming out, though. Yeah. And it does suck. But I mean what what's the answer though victim. Should they make it harder for these players to hit free agency? Should they let the parent clubs offer them maxed contracts earlier and extend them earlier? I mean, it's it's tough to know what the answer is. Because what you don't. Wanna do is lose your grip on those smaller markets, but at the same time you don't want to hold players hostage either. I mean, if a guy wants out he wants out. No. I totally agree. I think the only answer really is. It's not really much of an answer because it's not going to happen, but certain markets didn't exist. I don't know. The pelicans should have ever had a basketball team to begin with. Whether that's somebody said. I don't know. I mean, like every now or you look at the who the trade partners. I mean, besides the Celtics in the offseason who's gonna give them any kind of give them equal value. No, he's not going to refinance. Yeah. You're not going to get equal value for Anthony Davis. See that's the thing. If you get Anthony Davis now, even if he goes somewhere where he quote doesn't really wanna play if you train them now at least, you know, like worst case scenario, you may have a grumpy Anthony Davis. But at least he's probably you're gonna have him for two to play off runs. Right. And so to that end that could be an attractive prospect. He can't go to Boston right now. He can only go in the summer because they got Kyrie on a supermax. That's the one team that can't make a trade for Anthony Davis right now all the other teams in the NBA, including the Golden State Warriors will make a call and inquire to see just what it would take. Now, if the pelicans are smart, you know, they'll obviously drive that price up as much as they can see I believe in trading him now though before the trade deadline because it's out there now, and you know, for a fact, it's public knowledge, he ain't coming back. But the other side of that too is like I said to play off runs for a team. So if it is a rental, I mean, all you gotta do is look at the Paul George situation. I'm Paul George. You're supposed to go Lakers. Right. Well, he decided to saying. Okay. See, and it's not like, okay see can compare to plan for the Lakers. So there is some precedent here to say, well, maybe it's not the end of the world bring him here and try and win them over. But there's only a couple of teams that have enough firepower on their roster. Stephen entice him to potentially stay long term. I totally agree. You nailed it there. And I was just I was for Alvin gentry. Feeling good, man. I appreciate it. Vic, thanks for checking in brother. And that's it man. I mean, Alvin gentry. I think he's done a pretty good job there as a coach. But I mean, the pelicans, hey, they've they've been in the playoffs every year. I mean, they have some talent. Jeremy Julius Randle having a nice year mirror. Tich is finally healthy. He can play in Meerut teach. Good. He was kicking in twenty and ten every damn night down the stretch last year, drew holiday, and I mean feel sorry for like holiday because I mean, these guys stuck around there. And hoping that they were going to take that step with Anthony Davis and look Davis. He's so ridiculous. I mean, but that's the thing like he played out his contract or he's got a year and a half left. But. I'm telling you like these guys when they get to that point where it's time to talk Turkey and time to decide whether they wanna play next. Yeah. They should be able to decide where they wanna play next. You've done your your rookie contract. You don't enough for the city of New Orleans. It was on them to make it a more attractive place in Vicks point's, well taken man, there's a lot of markets that probably shouldn't exist in. So what do you do you think the NBA down to twenty four teams that make the schedule sixty five games? I make for better basketball. I think every league, but the NFL could because the NFL has the parody. I mean every every team can go from twelve salary. Yeah. Right. And all these owners have money, right? But the other leagues don't do that. And I get there's there's certain leagues Tampa Tampa Bay does make it to a World Series every tenth year. Maybe. But there are some sports where teams are just like you said earlier, they're not going to go in. They're never going to go..