Radnich essentially said that Becky Hammon, the woman coach just hired by the San Antonio Spurs wasn't worthy of the job.
I'm paraphrasing, but Radnich basically said that women coaches; no matter how revered; no matter how much respected like Hammon, for example, can't relate, (Raddy's words), to present day, modern-era athletes. They can't coach men. Also Radnich's words.
Keep in mind that Hammon was hired by Spurs coach, Gregg Popovich, hardly a guy who's been accused of creating PR stunts. Popovich knows what he's doing--he just won his fifth NBA Championship-- and was very high on Hammon's work tenure.
Radnich is entitled to his misogynist opinion. He's pretty backward in this area. Too bad his KNBR colleagues didn't call him out. Well, they tried to; a little late to the party anyway.
When Radnich strays off into areas beyond the toy department and delves into deep social thought and process he tends to come off as an old, white-male boot. I won't say what I truly believe Radnich was saying because he didn't say it, but he might as well have.
It's a black and white issue if you know what I mean and I'm sure you do.
UPDATE: 12: 07 PM PT: KNBR traditionally places interviews and content on its podcast pages--it has curiously OMITTED the 9 AM hour of its "Gary and Larry" Show.
We're not surprised. But we're not stopping either. Perhaps KNBR will have a change of heart, gees I wonder why this hour was omitted --Oh, never mind.