Gilbert Arenas Charged With Felony Gun Possession

Wizards guard Gilbert Arenas was charged Thursday with felony gun possession, a crime that carries a maximum five years in jail and a fine, authorities said. The charge was announced Thursday afternoon by the U.S. Attorney’s office for the District. Arenas’s attorney and prosecutors had been negotiating a plea deal during the day and it […]

Pete Sampras vs. Andre Agassi: A War Of Words

Pete Sampras is pretty furious about the way he was portrayed in Andre Agassi’s best-selling book ‘Open.’ In the book that was released last fall, and the interview tour that followed, Agassi admitted to his use of Crystal Meth and also that he tanked matches during the early part of his tennis career. Of course, […]

Smoke Begins To Surface Around Air Force’s Troy Calhoun Heading To Tennessee (UPDATE)

You know the old adage. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. And there is a good bit of smoke surrounding Air Force’s Troy Calhoun taking over at Tennessee. Scheduling a team meeting while your name is being thrown around for the opening doesn’t usually stop the smoke either. Multiple sources have told The Gazette that Air […]

Skip Holtz To Take Over At USF

East Carolina coach Skip Holtz has accepted an offer to be South Florida’s next football coach, FanHouse has learned. Holtz, 45, led the Pirates to a second straight Conference USA title this season and a berth in the Liberty Bowl against Arkansas. In five seasons at East Carolina, Holtz went 38-27 and led the Pirates […]

Griffin out for season:The Clippers’ curse continues

Wednesday the Los Angeles Clippers learned that their top draft pick Blake Griffin will miss his entire rookie campaign. Griffin hasn’t played in one regular season game due to breaking his knee cap in preseason, a week before the regular season began. The 6-foot-10 forward was expected to return sometime in the next month, but […]

New Details Emerge In The Marvin Harrison Gun Case

GQ brings us some shocking details about what may have really happened that day in Philly.  The day that resulted in a man being shot in broad daylight and Marvin Harrison was the primary suspect. It was a scene* to make anybody stop and watch. Broad daylight in North Philadelphia. April 29, 2008—a Tuesday. The […]

The Glory Lines 1/14/09

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! I Know That Face: McGwire, A-Rod and Posnanski (Fack Youk) Los Angeles Clippers’ Blake Griffin to have season-ending surgery (ESPN) Kevin Garnett voted NBA’s top trash talker (Ball Don’t Lie) Volunteer […]

Gilbert Arenas Kept A Mega Stash Of Guns

Gun ownership is a right, here in America. So there is no knocking any law abiding citizen who wants to own a gun or two. If you want them for protection, fine. If you want them for collection purposes, fine. If you want them to make you feel hard, fine. Just do it by the […]

Chris Johnson Named AP Offensive Player Of The Year

That blur speeding away from opposing defenses and running off with The Associated Press 2009 NFL Offensive Player of the Year award is Chris Johnson. Considered the fastest man in pro football, Johnson was uncatchable in setting a league mark for yards from scrimmage (2,509) and becoming the sixth player with a 2,000-yard rushing season. […]

Finally, The Pistons Win A Game

Just two years ago, the Pistons were still considered among the Eastern Conference elite. They had been a participant in the conference finals for 6 consecutive seasons. Then came the Chauncey Billups trade and hence the Allen Iverson experiment. To say the least it failed miserably and since then, the Pistons have struggled to remain […]