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Remembering David Stern

ESPN Daily

04:14 min | 6 months ago

Remembering David Stern

"Longtime NBA. Commissioner David. Stern turn passed away on Wednesday after suffering brain hemorrhage he was seventy seven years old. Here's Jeremy Shop with remembrance of the man left an indelible mark on the sport of basketball ask ball in his thirty years as commissioner. David Stern made it possible for the NBA to scramble from the brink of bankruptcy and irrelevance to a position of global significance unthinkable in the dark days of the late nineteen seventy s and early nineteen eighties. The League was beset by drug problems. uh-huh teams were going bankrupt in the finals. Braun tape delay that stunning reversal of fortune is why stern will be remembered as perhaps the rapist leader of any sports league ever. Of course the League's rebirth can be attributed solely to stern savvy and toughness. It wasn't stern turn after all who fashioned from clay transcendent Larry Bird Magic Johnson rival rate. It wasn't stern imbued Michael Jordan with his gifts. Either but make no mistake. There might be no other sports executive ever who so deftly utilize the tools at his disposal. No other commissioner so clearly recognized recognized and exploited the resources of his sport with Stern in charge the NBA called itself fantastic but it was really a star factory the league marketed. It stars to the Hilt No league ever better mastered the art of Marketing Than David Stearns. Da at its inception seven years before the advent of the Internet not to mention twitter or instagram the slam dunk contest was a phenomenon. must see event created by stearns Lieutenant Edrich welts people too young to seem Jordan versus Dominique. In the heat of the competition can hardly fathom how big a deal it was then in nineteen ninety two. There was the Dream Team. The ultimate expression of stern strategic thinking of his desire to make the league a global brand Dan with Jordan and magic in Barclay in Olympic uniforms. The world was suddenly. Cyprus turns unique brand of basketball. Diplomacy and capitalism ah soon the entire planet would be turned into a marketplace for NBA TV rights. And eventually the jerseys players such as Lebron James Ten years after the first Dream Team won gold in Barcelona yao-ming was the top overall pick in the draft. This was not coincidence in in. Its own way. Yes arrival was a milestone in the same order of magnitude as the magic bird rivalry in the rise of Michael Jordan. There was a good reason why stern headed seat. On the Council on Foreign Relations in terms of his management style. Stern was not a man to be trifled with he could be intimidating demanding reading imperious. In fact all of the above but he can also be charming and refreshingly blunt and honest even on the subject of the Owners for whom he worked for example when the New York Knicks lost a court battle about sexual harassment in their front office demonstrates that they're not the model intelligent management of course under stern rain for so long. There were many challenges and controversies. Even as total revenue players salaries skyrocketed. There were too many lockouts. There was infamous Pacers Pistons Pistons Brawl in Detroit which exposed yawning disconnect in the relationship between players and fans. Tim Donigi veteran. NBA referee went to prison on gambling related charges but in the end David Stern will be remembered for all the ways in which he elevated the game enriching his his owners and the players popularizing the league and places where it had been virtually no he also helped create the WNBA and champion day. Back when stern took over it would have seen it best unlikely that the NBA would become a global behemoth. It's perhaps the ultimate testament David stearns vision. The now it all seems to have been

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Who so closely associated the subject that is Joe Frazier with your father's. Well who died seventeen years ago at the age of sixty nine after his great career? What did it mean to you on a personal level? And how did it connect you with your father again? Well, my dad as you say passed away in two thousand two and he's really never far from my thoughts. You know, we, we were very close and admired him tremendously and his, his work, and, you know, I just never dreamed that I would be doing a book on Joe Frazier. I figured that was his that was his, you know area of expertise and his territory. And you know, editors over the years at asked me to write about Joe, they live. They knew that I lived in Philadelphia. In fact, the book editor in two thousand eight asked me to consider a biography of Joe and I rejected it at the time, but, you know, it was I was sitting in my office about, I don't know four or five years. After Joe died two thousand six two thousand sixteen. I guess it was and I just got the thinking that, you know, if somebody writes, his book, ten years from now, everybody that knew Joe is going to be virtually gone. And they'll have the write the book, they'll have to write the book from clips, you know, and sort of piece it together and not having any first-hand knowledge in, and as soon as I thought of that, you know, I became flooded with chills, I felt like there was it was some sort of cosmic traffic light. That was turning from red degreen, and I just had a sense that my father's spirit was with me, and I'm as I'm talking to you. Now, I have these same chills. I just feel like you know. He just, you know, it was with me every step of the way with this as I said, it's, it's a terrific testament, not only not only to Joe but a dad's legacy as well. If I may say, Mark ram juniors new. Thank you. New biography of Joe Frazier is smoking Joe in markets. Always a pleasure. Thank you so much for having joined us. Thank you, Jerry. I do. Appreciate it. Thanks for having joined us. I'm Jeremy shop and this has been the sporting life on ESPN radio. Tune in again next weekend. We're on every Saturday and every Sunday morning at six eastern time..

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Be a a bad. Call. And of course, everybody knows your father, Bob, the hall of fame coach from Saint Anthony now that you guys are separated by basically, the full continent meeting you and your brother and your dad who are the east coast you dad's now retired. How do you guys communicate with each other about what's going on with your program is it you can't be in the same place reacting at the same time? But what's it like? Yeah. I mean, we do we have so much the same mannerisms, you know, even even my players they were kinda like creeped out like when Dan was in Dayton in a new you was great to come out. And and and give up some time that he needed to recruiting to to see our Saint John's game, and they not only his physical appearance just how he walks how he talks and the whole thing. Like our players got a chance to meet him a couple of guys on the floor after game. And they they commented to me like, wow, I can't believe like he's just like you talks. Like you like you. It's crazy but on. Yeah. We talked down. I talk all the time about our programs and just really everything, you know, we we would probably be five or six days a week that there were on the phone downton ID is off about a program things. Relative to what we're doing and Dan's more in a situation. I was in like my first two years where you know, you kind of venting about issues and things he's got to change because you know, he's gonna turn that program around at uconn. I have no doubt about it. It's gonna be it's gonna be a special place like it was many years ago in the near future. Is it a pleasure, Bobby? It always is speaking with you. Thanks so much for joining us here in the sporting life for our final four special and hope to speak again soon down the road Virgo. Jeremy enjoyed it. Thanks on. I'm Jeremy shop, and you can listen to new additions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app beginning at six AM eastern time..

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"You know, in a lot of ways boat was almost a one and done before one and done existed. He was always on the cutting edge in out front. And and that's you know, I had never thought of it that way, but there's a lot of truth to that. You know, the kinds of of great players he recruited would into today's world probably be one in Duns. And and the the fact that both kind of said, you know, his message was he L always wanted to be out front, and who knows so L L, maybe all for it. I wouldn't understand the first thing about assembling building in east sports program. I know that you're learning about it. Now, what kind of where do you find a coach for east Ford's team? Is it a team that? Needs a coach. Yes, it is a team that needs to coach and when you asked about scholarships. That's that's where I had started to go, you know, before deciding on on how many and who they go to and how we recruit them step. One really is getting a coach board who does understand gaming and does understand the nuances of it and can in all honesty, educate us as to how to go about that. And and you know, what kind of level of support is needed from scholarship standpoint, we do know that we've got to build an e arena. Now, you know, that's not a ten thousand C building. But it is a place where our team can practice on state of the art computer equipment. And also be watched that that's the thing that's striking to me is how many people actually want to watch high end east sports players play the games. I that's mind boggling to me. But it's real. Yes. So how big arena would we be talking about now? Well, in our case, we'd be talking probably fifteen to twenty computer stations. And then. And then space around them for people to in essence, look over their shoulders and watch them play. Now, you know, the other beauty of this is it's all online. So a lot of the viewers are actually watching online. Although again when championships are held at the garden. They sell it out for two three nights in a row to mazing. I should probably know this, but Arthur or their TV contracts for collegiate east sports gaming already not not on the collegiate side at all. There is a website called twitch, which is where most of e gaming lives online that they and that's barely. Yeah. And that's and that's the site that most people go to to view it. And and I don't know what you know there. They're certainly could be TV contracts at the professional level. I'm not aware of any yet at the college level will it's a brave new world, of course. And we joined by Bill show. He's the AD at Marquette, which is creating a D one probably scholarship. Level e gaming program. It's fascinating to me the way these things are going up. Thank you for discussing it with us Bill. We hope to check in with you in the future and see how things are going. Absolutely. Jeremy thanks again for your time. I really appreciate the opportunity I'm Jeremy shop, and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app beginning at six AM eastern time..

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Frank Clark vows that Seahawks' Richard Sherman era over

Jason Smith

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Frank Clark vows that Seahawks' Richard Sherman era over

"Austin extra will be available short week doesn't seem enough time. For those guys to get rid comes the northwestern kid. Here comes the northwest. Justin, Justin Jackson. Irie comes also Philly rib as close aired out Thursday night eight that kid was ready for his close up against Pittsburgh on Sunday night football. Here we go. Anything on Spencer where tyreek hill on that front. Have not seen anything. Yeah. Me. See let me look it up. Here. You got something that yet? Okay. Tyreek hill expected to practice today, Spencer where and Sammy Watkins not. Yep. Oh, yeah. There you go. Tyreek hill returned to practice. Andy Reid said he's moving around. All right. And should be okay. For thursday. All right. Spencer where did not practice? You sent me this thing. Berry Jackson down in Miami said Ryan tannehill confirmed for the first time that he has stem cells banked in the Grand Cayman islands to use. If needed to quote, improve my quality of life or help them heal from future injuries had advanced stem cell treatment at the Regina came in in two thousand seventeen. Is that legal? That's the worst. John Grisham story. I've ever heard the follow up to the firm. Let's go to the Grand Cayman check on ten June who's gonna break in. Let's let's let's let's drug up, gene. Hackman and go grab tannahill stem cells. That's the worst Grisham novel. I've ever heard Tom Cruise looks exactly the same. Okay. Or is that is that the the dolphin brief? That'd be the dolphin brief. Nice. Where do you stand on these NBA conspiracies Keno last year? It was the flat earth that kind of dominated with these guys. Okay. Well, Debbie heard the latest one says he didn't see thought. Steph. Curry was on the wing and podcast and Ken bays, more and said, they believe the moon landing. Never happened the hell. And now a rep from NASA was talking to TMZ said this day will invite a curry to check out the lunar labs and all the evidence that proves that a really went down. And Houston spokesman said, quote, there's lots of evidence NASA landed twelve American astronauts on the moon from eighteen sixty nine nine hundred seventy two we'd love Mr. curry to tour are lunar lab at Johnson Space Center in Houston wins Golden State of Houston next March. Now what we're doing on March? You wanna put anything officially on the record rich? Do you think the moon landing happened moon landing happened? Okay, moon landing happened in. This is a is a round orb. We're spinning around on right now. Third rock from the sun. What's your absurd in your mind? The flatter. The flat earth come on. Just because you drive a road. And you don't fall off. It does not mean that we're. I don't even. Look, you know, what I knew that. We. I'm so glad we're getting an editor system since a bona fide newsman Jeremy shops brought to join us. You know, when the news segment is over when you say the words a NASA spokesman reached out to TMZ. No, it's over. So thank you. Chris

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Dwayne Wade, Clippers And NBA discussed on SportsCenter All Night

SportsCenter All Night

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Dwayne Wade, Clippers And NBA discussed on SportsCenter All Night

"The final some other NBA from later on Saturday night the heat over the clippers in LA one twenty one to ninety eight Dwayne Wade with twenty five points in that one blazers beat the Timberwolves one thirteen to one zero five coming up next. It's the sporting life with Jeremy shop here on ESPN radio.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on Marty and McGee

Marty and McGee

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on Marty and McGee

"He can run. Yeah, but you're, you're beach safety, you know, police officer, I feel like you have those big beach umbrellas today or that you could probably use for free. Yeah. So he's a beat safety officer and he stole an umbrella from the from the beach? No, no. Now from beach from a woman's car, she wanted me car at a restaurant at a bar. She was at a bar. She had her beach umbrella. You know, a lot of us do our beaches right there, right? He decides to steal one instead of, oh, I don't know, borrow one from his place of work because he doesn't have any access to any beach gear. Right. I'm sure. And he's also not at all aware of the law? No, not at all. We had. This is a different story. Okay. We had a woman in new Smyrna beach. She her friend found her a horseshoe crab, and she found Jesus in it. Oh, why in the cry labyrinth elaborate? Yeah. Well, again, I'm from Texas. So usually we find Jesus in tortillas, but in Florida, they find them in horseshoe crabs, and I tell you what I could see them. It was on the on the show and she was so didn't come away. This was the shroud of Jesus is in the crap shows in the crab show. Yeah, and actually have a tweet about that. I can give that to you all later l. just re tweet because it was very popular, looks just like them. Wow. Yeah, you need. You need to. Please copy us on that tweet because I need to see. Okay, Lauren, I want to tell you this for we let you out of here. So we had Jeremy shop. Of course, you know the, I mean the the bastion of journalism here ESPN we had Jeremy record something for our show like his joke couple of weeks ago because his show leads in ours of air serious show, and I sent him a script I'd written or just an idea. And I said, hey, I'd like for you to read this. And so he read it in his deadpan, Jeremy shop, you know, read saying, coming up next emotional store of a Florida man who like salt, revenge over a former lover by trying to burnish trailer down with a pasta Getty and Jeremy's immediate response was, how do you come up with the stuff? And I gotta do. This is real, and he didn't believe is. So I sent him a link to your story and so so yes. So we have, we have managed to teach ESPN's journalist a story about journalism, and I just want to thank you for that opportunity. Oh, you're absolutely welcome. Ad that I can help. Tell them about like the bull costume and all that. It just it'd It'd be. be. Yeah. Because Florida, yeah, we appreciate you so much Lorne. You're welcome. It's been a pleasure. Yeah, we'll we'll be back in a couple of months and and we also we're going to be doing TV stuff when we might be calling you for that too. So they sure always excellent adding. Thank you Laurin corn, hillbilly hill on his correspondent in Florida him by thanks. You don't go naked man on a on a luggage, carousel. That's what y'all come here for. Is that the kind of hard said they found Jesus into crap shale in only they find Jesus in the tortillas. But this time they found it in the yet. It's Marty McGee ESPN radio. Mardian McGee not your typical radio show this topography, the right word that isn't making word. See, okay, Mogae professors from Radford. We'll be thrilled by that. No worry more Marty and McGee next. Ooh, yes. Kiss he Arouna mortaring myself blind radio spin app Sirius XM channel eighty. We are presented as always about progressive insurance..

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"Connect with young new viewers in new sports fans in the exact same way that sportscenter on linear television used to or still does for people whose main way of consuming content, what they're used to is linear television. The way we do things a little bit different because we're just trying to reach those kids. But really it's the same. It is the same show even though it's so different. Does that make sense to a Luddite like myself troglodyte. From the from the drastic period. Katie Nolan is the host of sportscenter Snapchat in she is the host of the forthcoming always late with Katie Nolan. What's that? Could be all about what a great question. We're in the process of developing it right now. But really, it's just going to be a late night show for sports. Even though you know, you'll be able to watch it whenever you feel like, because that's how people consume content now and they have free time, whatever that is, they go and find it and watch it. So we wanna have show where we can ask, you know, we can put athletes and situations where there were asking them questions that will catch them off guard that aren't in the normal. You know, tell us about what happened on fourth down and that last game like something where they're feeling like, wait, what is this? I'm confused. We wanna have a base where celebrities that love sports can come talk about their love of sports too. To sports fans, and we just wanna have fun, and you know, dive in on topics and things that that interest me that interest the awesome staff that we have just kind of it's a weekly show. So we have the ability to kind of look back at the week and look forward up the weeks to come and just sorta help people digested cause so much information out there right now, this will hopefully be nice wrap up show that will be, I think, perfectly complementary to the amazing lineup of shows that we have across linear ESPN any SPN to this will be kind of like the compliment, like the desert that you have at the end like, okay, I've consumed content all week reminds me of what I saw and then tell me what I'm going to see next week. So that's our goal. Desert Keady noon. It's been a pleasure. Thank you for joining us. She's the host of the sports question Mark podcast. I'll try to say the right way sports and Shijo sportscenter Snapchat and the forthcoming as we just discussed always late with Katie Nolan. Katie. Thank you for joining us Jeremy. Thank you. I will. I will send you a letter a handwritten letter to say, thank you. Know that's how you old people like to get your on. Then you know you work with Regis and you're calling meal. I mean, that's yes, you're absolutely right. I'm Jeremy shop and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app beginning at six AM eastern time..

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"How far does it stray from the real man will talk to really know the real guy, but you know, I'm gonna story and I look for evidence, and I think the evidence of this guy who couldn't control his impulses is pretty scant. You know, compared to athletes today route really didn't party that much. There's evidence that he really didn't drink that much. You know, all of these stories about Ruth out of control. And incidentally, there's always this kind of underground thing that Ruth is maybe a black guy passing for white. You know, this is a very popular rumor among African Americans. Not true, but it was something floating around and I think you know, all of these images of Ruth are also the stereotypes applied to minorities during this time. You know, and there was a subtle effort among sportswriters to kind of point this out, calling him the big babboons and things like that. So I think a lot of this stuff dehumanizing him precisely precisely. A lot of this stuff was baseball's attempt to sort of diminish Ruth. And of course that played well during salary negotiations, right? Why give a big salary to a guy who wasn't in control of ZIM pulses and would go out and waste the money at the track. So Ruth was up against all of that, and he didn't have a PR machine at his disposal the way major league baseball that we're the way that athletes would today. Well, it is a welcome addition to the library of be Bruce books. Professor Edmund Werleigh's Newark is breaking Babe, Ruth baseball's campaign against its biggest star. We've just scratched the surface here talking about some of the issues you dress professor wurley thank you for joining us and thank you for producing this important work. Thank you for having me Jeremy. I'm Jeremy shop and you can listen to new additions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app beginning at six AM eastern time..

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"I you know i don't know she turned into jeremy shop yeah they coulda had jeremy reside jeremy would have been good reading she should have just taken that exact scrip in handed it to tom rinaldi who is great guy is serious all right i've got some really big news some really great forget more winners we still alex no we have alex we're looking for are mondo mondo and santa clara earn torrance are mondo and you got to be caller number one if you are mondo in torrance eight seven seven seven ten he has no heating congratulations you won yesterday sorry you don't get your prize unless you call us back wash your number what a dumb ass all right hey by the way i'm world cup lot good about sunday you know why if greg wins he wins i will tell you next mason ireland espn la i as most people know world cup crazy into the world cup this year and seriously what are the odds you know there were like seven people in the world cup derby you picked him while you're in vacation you have people like shady and j and a bunch of other people were involved and somehow poor greg and i have wound up in the championship game or all the marbles for all the mythical money if i were to win this john i will be one hundred and seventy thousand dollars in mythical money up seventy what we start will be below one hundred i think you'll just be above one hundred via one hundred point four okay so that's why liz football season is iran just enough so sunday and i looked at the denning on what greg how much you have right now i have eighty six thousand five lose sixty six win visits critical for you to win if i win them in i if you lose i'm way way you're not gonna be betting much much not the even show i looked at the betting odds you know who the heavy favorite is talking about you're gonna get a pot from the left and to the right now i'm going to win the whole mythical pot of money i hope pod mas out there what's that help pa is out there no pot bub the best friend also blood imbaba now is better than by don't but people think oh imbaba was really don't think so no i'm bob as like fifteen years old i know but he's the one that goes streak and towards the net all the time yeah bet is the best athlete in the league thank you do yeah he's like he's freakishly fast he scores goals with his head with his feet all the promos they're only promoting imbaba because he had two goals in his first game i think okay god i won the golden boot no is in harry kane gonna win the golden but i don't know he's got six right he finished with if bob as scores and they win it maybe he went yeah he might winnable and i might win forty thousand mythical dollars you know i i said to greg today first of all i got i got here really late and i did not do a lot of prep for the show excellent but i was i was looking at the very latest on manny machado and i wanted to throw something in that i haven't heard anybody say i did some research and what i.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Care but do they never tested positive in this country and when the question was did you ever use performance enhancing drugs you can't even give a straight answer i can understand why the powers that be you know with the cubs might be like all right come on man like just just say is there a threshold for other former cubs do they have to do of be absolved of their sins before they're allowed back at the convention and yeah it's it's a good question because it's a tough it's a tough you know precedent to set but when you guys listen to that doesn't that just feel weird cringeworthy and the to watch it visually too you can see sammy squirming around and then the way he got his what did he say about my friend i thought he said you're not my friend he's my condescending way always says my friend to people who are looking to go after him but i i you know what if i was semi i would've said you know listen back then in philippines weren't are you know people take up i take creating did people take you know none of it was where where do you draw the line in terms of like i'm saying it i'm sandy at this point i've rehearsed all this i'm gonna talk your ear off and i'm gonna talk in a circle and make you actually punch yourself before you you end the interview i'm gonna handle it is twisted up like you can't even imagine but at the end of the day sammy just says yeah i took it does anyone actually care that's the road that he that that makes it easier for everything it's the doing a big sit down with jeremy shop and being on the cover sports illustrated and continually saying this that people start to get uncomfortable but you'd also again be copying to something that you never officially were pinched for anyway that's true yeah that's true listen i'm just i'm playing the role of defense attorney right now yeah maybe i'm just hoping it's like a long there's all kind of like a situation where we're stone cold glass shatters comes out from center field around applause throws out the first pitch of the world series because the cubs will be there at some point i would want to get to the point where i'd get jeremy shop to a contest to you that he was doing steroids right right right you make off writing stories about how great baseball before we let you go where's your worry meter on you darvish it's very high i saw that i saw that report that he didn't want to stay in la because he didn't want his kids to go to school their their last name starfish i the whole thing i don't want to pitch they send them home today he's going to be reevaluated 'cause he's is side session did not go well today yeah very worried by the way i have one last thing next week we did a mount rushmore with danny woodhead of undrafted nfl players nice certain someone might have made it all come on might have made it really did john randall made it yeah did make it with someone i might have picked i might have picked a certain someone before john take off and fly to new york and hug you she didn't pick me and then i won't talking about kurt warner great stuff fourth barstool the cat every thursday normally at four but because we've got carlos boozer in studio at for the can't win early today told you about the extent of the x one voice that you used it yes talk about making your life a whole lot easier.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on Outside the Lines

Outside the Lines

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on Outside the Lines

"Sammy sosa in conversation with my friend and colleague jeremy shop he will answer that question just a bit sammy but i people see sammy sosa we've had glimpses but he's been on the public eye what's the deal yeah well it's it's obviously hard to ignore what you sit down with sammy sosa and you haven't really seen him up close and personal as i have into almost two decades his skin is noticeably lighter this is something that's been talked about now for almost a full decade on the internet whenever pictures of him surface it it sets the internet on fire we talked about it we talked about it at length and ultimately while sammy kind of talks around the subject he says that he uses a lotion that has lightened his skin it's an enormous industry by the way the skin bleaching industry any says that he likes the way that he looks and it's nobody's business you know why he's doing it the deeper issues about identity and race or things he hasn't really choose to get into but he concedes that you know he has been lightning his skin i asked his wife so you about it as well and she said i like the way looks you two guys spent a lot of time together back in that marvellous baseball summer of nine thousand nine hundred witness the fact that two decades on you can talk about things as personal if this and the question that we're coming to but let let's we'll give you a sense who's at young fellow there that's we all look different going back to your sammy yeah but here's a slice of the conversation from back then you think about where you'd be without baseball well we're though baseball i don't know what i would be today baseball has been very very good to me if you didn't watch saturday night live back then of course the chico was going like character so i mean very versed in american culture oh no doubt about it one of the interesting things about that the baseball has been very very good to me quote which use constantly in the summer of nineteen ninety eight i think it was me i'm almost certain that it was me who introduced that quotation to him the year before at the suggestion of our old boss john wall i'm said who heard i was sitting down with sammy and said you've got to ask him about garrett morris and she goes scale and he he retained that and then he used it and used it and used it and it became kind of by word for what sammy was doing and the bullions he brought to that pursuit of the home run record nineteen sixty one.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"The espn app here's jeremy shop welcome to another district a sporty earlier this year amending nevis coleman returned to his job on the chicago white sox grounds crew after having spent nearly twenty four years in prison that he sixty stories coming up later in the show but i last week there was big news out of russia when we found out that the united states along with canada and mexico will play host to the twenty twenty six world cup quite a shocking turn of events considering where the us was just three and a half years ago in terms of its relations with fief of the global governing body for soccer at that time the us was leading the charge investigating fee for corruption at the top particularly the administration of then fee for president sepp blatter to break down exactly what happened back then and how the us helped bring down bladder we welcome to the show ken benza girth the author of a new book red card how blew the whistle on the world's biggest sports scandal ken thank you for being with us now thanks much jeremy ten you considering the the level of enmity between fever and the united states of america just a few years ago and what we saw with loretta lynch and and jim komi and all of the fief officials who are being dragged through american courts and the downfall of sept bladder all of that stuff.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The sporting life with jeremy shop over the next hour journalists ken benching recalls when the us helped expose corruption and soccer's largest governing body that blatter is reelected president yet again in three hundred after that bladder says actually gonna resign and you just feed the whole thing collapsing and it just all fell into the wait a bit plus sixty story about how thirties trick neva's coleman into signing away his freedom despite his claims of innocence they told me that pass and go home i'm going to go through it by signing i can go lastly in are not spn radio series baseball tonight's buster only tells the story of a trip to his old high school and i said how many you would sit down and watch for first pitch to last bitching baseball game and you could see germany the looks on their faces it was his if i asked him if they wanted to go to prison this is the sporting life on espn radio and the espn app here's jeremy shop welcome to another district is forty earlier this year a mandate nevis coleman returned to his job on the chicago white sox grounds crew after having spent nearly twenty four years in prison that he sixty stories coming up later in the show but i last week there was big news out of russia would we found out that the united states along with canada and mexico will play host to the twenty twenty six world cup quite a shocking turn of events considering where the us was just three and a half years ago in terms of its relations with fee for the global governing body for soccer at that time the us was leading the charge investigating fee for corruption at the top particularly the administration of then fee for president sepp blatter to break down exactly what happened back then and how the us helped bring down bladder we welcome to the show ken benza girth the author of a new book red card how us blew the whistle on the world's biggest sports scandal can't thank you for being with us thanks so much for having me jerry ten considering the the level of enmity between fever and the united states of america just a few years ago and what we saw with loretta lynch and and jim komi and all of the fief officials who are being dragged through american courts and the downfall of sept bladder all of that stuff.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"App here's jeremy shop welcome to another edition of supporting light coming up later in the show will be speaking with gregg was shinsegi a man who knows all things puck but first we start with a man who knows all things soccer's world cup gets underway in russia this week we're joined by the one only the global phenomenon roger bennett roger thank you for joining us jeremy shop is an on a a real on to be with the thank you so much roger bennett for those of you who don't know is one of the two men in blazers formerly espn now they have another affiliation who bring their unique perspective on sports and the world and popular culture especially soccer to a a large audience around the world they are also the co authors that is michael and roger of a new book which i highly recommend encyclopedia blazers hanukkah a sub optimal guide to soccer as you guys like to say america's sport of the future since nineteen seventy two as if that were not enough roger has also just dropped within the last week a twelve episode podcast series american fiasco about what happened to the nineteen ninety eight us men's national team in france it really serves though roger it's not just a history of that particularly ignominious window in france of the course of just about fifteen days in the summer of nineteen ninety eight it's really a primer as well i should say on american soccer up to that point of all the stories you could tell about a sport about what you are so passionate why this depressing sad chapter.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And the espn app here's jeremy shop welcome to another edition sporting light coming up later in the show will be speaking with gregg was shinsegi a man who knows all things puck but first we start with a man who knows all things soccer's world cup gets underway in russia this week we're joined by the one and only the global phenomenon roger bennett roger thank you for joining us jeremy shop is an on a a real honor to be with the thank you so much roger bennett for those of you who don't know is one of the two men in blazers formerly of espn now they have another a affiliation who bring their unique perspective on sports and the world in popular culture especially soccer to a a large audience around the world they are also the coauthors that is michael and roger of new book which i highly recommend encyclopedia blazers hanukkah a suboptimal guide to soccer as you guys like to say america's sport of the future since one thousand nine hundred seventy two as if that were not enough roger has also just dropped within the last week a twelve episode podcast series american fiasco about what happened to the nineteen ninety eight us men's national team in france it really serves though roger it's not just a history of that particularly ignominious window in france of the course of just about fifteen days in the summer of nineteen ninety eight it's really a primer as well i should say on american soccer up to that point of all the stories you could tell about sport about what you are so passionate why this depressing sad chapter in american sports.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"And the espn app here's jeremy shop welcome to another edition is sporting light coming up later in the show will be speaking with gregg was shinsegi man who knows all things puck but first we start with a man who knows all things soccer's world cup gets underway in russia this week we're joined by the one and only the global phenomenon roger bennett rogers thank you for joining us jeremy shop is an on a real honor to be with the thank you so much roger bennett for those of you who don't know is one of the two men in blazers formerly of espn now they have another affiliation who bring their unique perspective on sports and the world and popular culture especially soccer to a a large audience around the world they are also the coauthors that is michael and roger of new book which i highly recommend encyclopedia blazer tenneco a sub optimal guide to soccer as you guys like to say america's sport or the future since nineteen seventy two as if that were not enough roger has also just dropped within the last week a twelve episode podcast series american fiasco about what happened to the nineteen ninety eight us men's national team in france it really serves though roger it's not just a history of that particularly ignominious window in france over the course of just about fifteen days in the summer of nineteen ninety eight it's really a primer as well i should say on american soccer up to that point of all the stories you could tell about a sport about what you were so passionate why this depressing sad chapter.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Nutrients don't they feed those horses only the finest beers and things what do you think it is going to taste like the plight of space jam to that you like e i come in and become lebron lebron robin and leave the cavs so you got you've gotta listen to our show including one to find out more but that's that's what's been on my mind this weekend we do we have the audio of him declaring that he will eat the poop this was at the draft party do we have that audio play the habit announcement to me i will when you were in school aaron did you have those visions of saying that sentence you a crowd of hundreds if not thousands of people after an nfl draft party because it had to be right up there my parents saved up their whole life savings to send me to new york university just so you know and then i got into this industry they say pictured me doing stomach credible emotional feature on east sixty working with jeremy shop and bob lee and some of the best business and i'm sure they're so proud that right now their son is known nationwide as the good dude that's gonna eat the poop that's what they did that's what they invested for hey you know what if you do it i'll put in a good word we'll do any sixty on the whole experience hey what lasting for lego if if cleveland and lebron if he stays in cleveland or they win the nba championship this year are you willing to do anything else and with poop i i'd like to get through this bet okay before i start to put other things on the line how's that very smart move aaron gold hammer espn eight fifteen cleveland thanks a lot and thanks for your crappy takes good luck with it go go enjoy your lunch everybody thank you eric berry gold henry is being a fifty in cleveland joining us.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Probably have the best nutrients don't they feed those horses only the finest beers and things is this the plot of space jam to the eib justifies i come in and become lebron lebron lavin leave the cavs no you you've got you've gotta listen to our show in cleveland to find out more but that's that's what's been on my mind this weekend travis to do we have the audio of him declaring that he will eat the poop this was at the draft party do we have that audio play will when you were in school aaron did you have those visions of saying that sentence to a crowd of hundreds if not thousands of people after an nfl draft party because it had to be right up there my parents saved up their whole life savings to send me the new york university just so you know and then i got into this industry they say pictured me doing stomach credible emotional feature on east sixty working with jeremy shop and bob lee and some of the best business and i'm sure they're so proud that right now they're stunned is known nationwide as the the good dude that's gonna eat the poop that's what they did that's what they invested for hey you know what if you do it i'll put it in a good word we'll do any sixty on the whole experience hey what lasting for lego if if cleveland and lebron if he stays in cleveland or they win the nba championship this year are you willing to do anything else and with pu before i start to put other things on the line that very smart move aaron gold hammer espn eight fifteen cleveland thanks a lot and thanks for your crappy takes good luck with it go go enjoy your lunch everybody thank your gold henry is being a fifty in cleveland joining us on the hang out on.

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"jeremy shop" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

ESPN Pittsburgh

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"jeremy shop" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

"Welcome to the sporting life with jeremy shop over the next hour one of baseball's leading experts explains why fans should blame players for the pace of play issue if there was more action on the field i think fans would be fine with the length of gate here's aren't putting the ball in play anywhere near as much as they used to and when they do put the ball in play in a game that is very much driven by strikeouts walks in homer's is not that entertain the author tony castro reveals more than we've ever known about the rocky relationship between two yankee legends all these people with on a tour of japan and on the ship going over there for a while derek couldn't find his wife any winds at finding a loose sweep plus we continue our get to know espn radio series with jason fitz who traded in his spittle for microphone i was touring at the time with a really successful country band the band perry and the number one song and pop and country and i came onto my wife one day and said you know what i'm good at what i do network whole life to do it but i don't love it he said advised one hundred year friends which do love what would the answer be and i said sports this is the sporting life on espn radio and the espn app here's jeremy shop welcome to another edition of the sporting life it was almost a hundred years ago that george herman ruth and henry louis gary came teammates playing for the great yankees teams of the nineteen twenties nineteen thirties now a new book has been published that sheds light on their often rocky relationship that's coming up later in the show but first soccer of course is the world's game and there's always a search on for the next great superstar in soccer and that searches taken our next guest sebastian cabot all over africa and parts of the middle east europe is well he is the author of the new book the away game the epic search for soccer's next superstars and he joins us now sebastien you've been a reporter in the middle east bureau chief for the associated press you've been covering the real world what brought you to.

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