Wide Left: MLS Commissioner Don Garber Talks MLS Cup, Beckham, U.S. Soccer

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The MLS Cup between the LA Galaxy and Houston Dynamo is Sunday night at 9pm E.T. on ESPN. In the middle of an extremely busy week, MLS Commissioner Don Garber takes the time to talk with us about the state of the league, its current TV deals, the tenure of David Beckham, U.S. Soccer's relationship with MLS, the NBA lockout, Sepp Blatter's recent comments about racism in the sport and a whole lot more.

The show ends with a question about Blatter, but we'll start with that here. I ask the commissioner for his thoughts on the head of FIFA telling the media that racist acts on the field come out in the heat of the game and can be settled "at the end of the game…we shake hands."

Understandably, Commissioner Garber is taking a diplomatic stance on Blatter's comments:

"I didn't hear him say it. I read it…I have to say that FIFA has done a very good job in trying to...

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