The NWSL offseason has been dormant, and the U.S. Women’s National Team doesn’t play until later this week, which means The Equalizer Podcast has taken a moment to get philosophical.
In light of the WNBA Players Association pulling out of their current Collective Bargaining Agreement, Dan Lauletta and Claire Watkins sat down to talk bargaining, what the NWSL might want to emulate, and what as a league they might look at doing a bit differently. They also discuss the NWSL’s place in a larger sports landscape, and how the league relates to larger issues.
The music for The Equalizer Podcast is ‘First Conversations’ by Scout Ripley. You can hear more of their music here.
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