Michael Jordan’s First Order Of Duty As Owner Of The Bobcats, A Name Change?

Rick Bonnell of the Charlotte Observer sheds light on one of the first issues Michael Jordan will have to deal with. A name change for his Charlotte Bobcats. And according to the multitudes of emails Bonnell has received about the subject, folks in Charlotte are really behind the idea. If Michael Jordan listens to his customers, and potential customers, he’ll […]

New IPhone App Protects You From Gettin Tiger’d

While some are distancing themselves from Tiger Woods as he tries to recover from his sex scandal, others are trying to make a little dough off of his misfortune. But how many people can say they’ve made money off of Tiger’s infidelity and helped us all along the way? One enterprising lad named Jeffrey Evans […]

Al Jefferson Charged With DWI, Suspended By The Timberwolves

Al Jefferson’s weekend was rather costly. It costed him his freedom (for a few hours) and now it will cost him $293K. The Timberwolves’ big man was arrested on Saturday night for alleged drunk driving and has been subsequently suspended by the team for two games. Jefferson was arrested on Interstate 394 just outside downtown […]

The Glory Lines 3/1/10

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Ozzie Guillen’s Twitter page off to jovial start (The Sports Hernia) NFL considers changing OT format for playoffs (AP via ESPN) U.S. players’ flights were scheduled for morning of gold game […]

Excuse Our Absence

As you all know, posting here has been pretty much nonexistent the past couple of days. Unfortunately, that trend shall remain the same for the rest of the week. Life has consumed my time this week and unless you agree to pay my bills, this time must be taken. But have no fear. In only […]

The end has come for Tomlinson in San Diego

LaDainian Tomlinson’s days in San Diego have come to an end. The once dynamic back, was released on Monday in order to save money, he was due a $2M bonus in March. Money wasn’t the only factor that influenced this decision, but Tomlinson’s declining play made it hard for team president Dean Spanos to keep […]

Deron Williams Isn’t Happy About Ronnie Brewer Being Traded

The NBA trade deadline was used by a number of teams to position themselves to cash in on the huge free agent class this summer. The Utah Jazz weren’t one of those teams. In fact, the Jazz may have made one of their own began to ponder whether or not he wants to be in […]

Questionable Poses: Terrell Owens At Fashion Week

Now that the NFL offseason is in full swing, Terrell Owens is now enjoying his second job as a model. I just have one question, what’s up with the wig Terrell??????? * Photo via TMZ Have some breaking news or an interesting story we should see? Hit us up at nogutsglory@gmail.com

Is 2012 The Last Olympics For Michael Phelps?

After winning a record setting eight gold medals in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Michael Phelps may be calling it quits after the next Summer Olympics in 2012. The most prolific Olympic gold medallist of all time, with 14 to his name, will be 27 in 2012. “I told myself I will not swim […]

The Glory Lines 2/19/10

It’s time for the daily linkage. You know the drill, here’s some stories from around the ‘net that we like and you SHOULD too! Cavaliers to attempt Snuggie-wearin’ world record (Ball Don’t Lie) Finchem letter: Woods to return to therapy (Golf.com) Cowboys fan claims jersey profiling in Philly airport (Pro Football Talk) Tiger Woods’ Press […]