Tiger Still Winning Off The Golf Course

Despite not winning a tournament since 2009, Tiger Woods is still, by far, the richest, most famous golfer in the world. Woods finished a respectable fourth at the Masters held at Augusta National last week, but while he was losing on the back nine his ‘Tiger Woods PGA Tour 12: The Masters’ was setting records […]

Josh Hamilton Got Injured And Dave Anderson Got Thrown Under The Bus

Ok, here are the facts: – Josh Hamilton is out for six to eight weeks with a fractured bone in his arm.– Josh Hamilton shouldn’t be out for six to eight weeks with a fractured bone in his arm because the play should’ve never happened.– And lastly, Josh Hamilton shouldn’t be out for six to […]

Let’s Watch Kobe Bryant Shout A Gay Slur At A Referee

Kobe Bryant got a tad bit angry last night with NBA referee Bernie Adams. So much so that after getting a technical for arguing a call, Bryant returned to the Lakers’ bench and promptly shouted at gay slur at Adams. What was the gay slur you ask? Well, you don’t have to be a master […]

Indiana Coach Kevin Wilson Wants To Thank Lil Wayne For The Hoosiers’ Best Practice Of The Spring

Kevin Wilson is in his first year as the Hoosiers head coach and he is trying to change the losing culture at Indiana. Since spring practice has started, Wilson has been vocal about his team’s toughness and consistency not being up to his expectations. Well, after Tuesday’s practice, Wilson said that his team had one […]

The Glory Lines: Jared Sullinger’s Hate Mail, NBA Shuts Down Las Vegas Summer League, & Kenny Britt Gets Chased Down By Police

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! Have a link or story that needs to be added? Hit us up at nogutsglory@gmail.com. Buckeyes Jared Sullinger Discloses Hate Letter (Black Sports Online) Jurors to return to for 4th day […]

Celtics Limp Into Playoffs Again

The Boston Celtics have struggled mightily over the last month of the season. Since trading Kendrick Perkins to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Jeff Green and Nenad Krstic, the Celtics have fought to find consistency in paint. Perkins, though injured for most of the season, was the Celtics most feared and healthy center. The back-up […]

Serena Williams Is Back On The Court And In Hot Pink Spandex

Nothing says, “I’m back” like hot pink spandex. Well, in Serena Williams’ world at least. Williams hadn’t been on the court due to some scary stuff, but now she’s back. And to commemorate her return, she decides to burn our retinas. Thanks, Serena.

Gregg Popovich Doesn’t Like The 3-Point Line (And Presumably Anything You Youngsters Like)

Gregg Popovich is old school. And he has no problem letting you know that he’s old school. So when the discussion turns to the 3-point shot in the NBA, Popovich, predictably, unveils his old school way of thinking about shooting the ball from a farther distance for an extra point. If Spurs coach Gregg Popovich […]

The Time Carlos Boozer Almost Had To Beat Up Prince

Honestly, if you had asked me if I thought Carlos Boozer was a fighter, I would say no. Well Boozer was on ESPN 1000’s Waddle & Silvy Show and after being asked the usual questions about the Bulls, things got interesting. Boozer said that he let Prince rent out his LA mansion back in 2006 […]

Gather Round Everyone, It’s Time For Another Wally Backman Meltdown

Our old friend Wally Backman is back for another season. So that means that the chances that we get to see him lose his mind on the diamond are pretty high. So high, that it’s only April and guess what? We get to see Wally Backman lose his mind on the diamond. And just in […]