Will LeBron Ever Win A NBA Title?

When you think of the greatest player in NBA history Michael Jordan comes to mind. When a player is compared to MJ, even if in just one category, you expect greatness at all times, especially during the post-season. Now that Kobe Bryant has began his physical decline, James is now considered to be the next […]

Nate Robinson’s Pockets Are Short $1 Million

Remember your reaction when you heard that Nate Robinson had been traded to the Celtics? Remember how you felt that he would add so much to Boston’s rotation? Well, things didn’t work out exactly how you thought they would, but it’s cool. It happens. But all isn’t lost, at least in the Celtics’ eyes. Though […]

Lawrence Taylor Arrested On Rape Charges

MONTEBELLO — Football Hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor was arrested in a Rockland hotel overnight and charged with raping a 15-year-old girl, who apparently was a runaway from New York City controlled by a pimp, authorities said this morning. The 51-year-old former New York Giants linebacker was taken into custody by Ramapo police at the […]

The Glory Lines 5/6/10

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! Best of Kobe Bryant’s Photoshopped Pics From LA Magazine Shoot (Black Sports Online) Milton Bradley to Mariners: “Can you help me?” (The Seattle Times) Drunk Steals Wayne Gretzky Jersey From Sports […]

When Cake Decorating Goes Wrong

So there was a shindig today in Washington to celebrate legendary Braves’ manager, Bobby Cox. Instead of the focus being on Cox, the focus was on how his name was spelled on the cake and the cover up that Jeff Schultz of the Atlanta Journal Constitution uncovered. I just spoke to Sheridan Watson, Isakson’s spokesperson, […]

Who Knew A Soccer Match Had To Go 35 Hours To Break A Guinness World Record?

I sure didn’t. And you didn’t either, so don’t lie. I know that you didn’t because the prior record was a mere 33 hours. But for some reason, The All Stars and Cambray FC weren’t satisfied with just setting a new record. They wanted to crush it. If you think 90 minutes of football is […]

Another Fan Runs Onto The Field In Philly, But Cops Forget To Tase Him

I guess we should’ve seen this a mile away. Of course, some dude would try to recreate the firestorm that yesterday’s edition did. But he fell short, and so did the cops. Mainly because they didn’t unleash the taser on him. Philadelphia police done got soft on us. Have some breaking news or an interesting […]

The Glory Lines 5/5/10

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! Big Ben Is Your SI Coverboy (With Leather) Ernie Harwell, Detroit Tigers broadcaster, dies at 92 (Detroit Free Press) Calipari interested in Bulls’ coaching job (Yahoo! Sports) Calipari’s “rebuttal” (Calipari’s twitter […]

Nationals top draft pick Strasburg, moving on up!

The Washington Nationals $15M man is moving on up, not to the big leagues just yet, but he’s headed to Triple-A. The 21-year old had five starts with the Nationals Double-A Harrisburg Senators. He was 3-1 with 1.64 ERA and topped the Eastern League with 27 strikeouts. Strasburg, who is the highest paid overall pick […]

Respectful Children Ask Their Parents Before Running On The Field And Getting Tasered

You’ve seen the video, now here’s the back story. In a stroke of journalistic genius, Peter Mucha of the Philadelphia Inquirer reached out to the father of the “bro that got tased”. Which leads us to a story of father knows best. “He wasn’t drinking. He was not on drugs,” said the father of the […]