T.O. gets blasted by supermodel

We all know Terrell Owens is the cockiest and perhaps the biggest diva in the NFL, but unfortunately his diva antics were not appreciated by ‘supermodel’ Joanna Krupa. Both were contestants and teammates on ABC’s “The Superstars,” after T.O.’s less than stellar performance he got an earful from the disgruntled model. The look on T.O.’s […]

Are We Making Trades Just For The Sake Of Making Trades?

Everyone loves a good trade. Everyone also likes a little pre-draft trade action. But what we don’t love is completely one-sided trades. You know, trades that send Pau Gasol to the Lakers for the Grizzlies’ janitor. Well, those are the types of trades we’ve gotten in the past 24 hours. – Spurs get Richard Jefferson […]

Spurs get title ready with Jefferson trade

The Spurs have finally realized that a big trade had to be made. Richard Jefferson is first legit All-Star talent the franchise has acquired, while still in his prime, in the Greg Popovich era. Over the past few years, they’ve only opted to add aging or role players to their roster. Michael Finley and the […]

It’s About To Get Even Heavier In Big D

No Guts contributor, J Will is back talking about the musical pursuits of a few Dallas Cowboys offensive linemen. The Dallas Cowboys’ offensive line is known for protecting Tony Romo and opening holes for Marion Barber and Felix Jones. But now they are making names for themselves outside of football. Marc Colombo, Leonard Davis, and […]

Ex-Football Players Peddling Hopes Of Weight Loss Through Chocolaty Goodness

The two manly men in the photo are ex-NFLers, Fred Smerlas and Steve DeOssie. In case you’re enamored with that Bernie Lomax mustache and was wondering which is which, Smerlas is Lomax and DeOssie is the other guy by default. Now that we’ve gotten the introductions out of the way, let’s get into Smerlas’ and […]

The Glory Lines 6/24/09

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! NBA Draft: A Look Back At The Decade That Was (Rumors and Rants) Samurai Cuts Baseball In Half With Sword: Video (Sports Rubbish) Mad Draft Disease (Global Sports Fraternity) Kevin Love […]

We Can Now Be Found At NGNGSports.com And Facebook

For those of you who couldn’t stomach actually following a blogspot blog, today is your lucky day because we have upgraded. Late last night, we officially made the change over to ngngsports.com. As for the blogspot link? It still remains intact and it will redirect you here. (As if you didn’t already know that) So […]

Mickelson gets a pass for this U.S. Open failure

The No.2 ranked player in the world, Phil Mickelson, finished 2nd for a fifth time at the U.S. Open, but this choke was excused. Instead of crumbling in the presence of pressure, Mickelson perhaps was overcome with grief and raw emotion thinking of his wife, Amy. Amy Mickelson was recently diagnosed with breast cancer and […]

With 4th title, did Kobe cement his legacy?

Before I begin discussing Kobe’s legacy, lets get one thing squared away. No, his career does not measure up to Michael’s Jordan’s, at least not yet. Metaphorically speaking, he’s in same arena, but up in the nose bleed section while MJ is courtside. But hey, he’s still the only other guy in the building. The […]

Stan Van Gundy Has No Problem Stealing Your Offense

No Guts contributor, J Will drops in to bring us the story of how Stan Van Gundy plans on improving the Orlando Magic for next season. If you’ve been following us throughout the season, you know that we’re not very fond of Stan Van Gundy as a coach. But after getting away for a few […]