The Glory Lines 6/23/10

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! ‘Famous’ Celtics fans take out ad to celebrate team’s run (Ball Don’t Lie) Bucks acquire Corey Maggette for Charlie Bell, Dan Gadzuric (Journal Sentinel) Surprise 5? MLB Leaders You Might Not […]

Charlie Villanueva Charged With Domestic Assault

Detroit Pistons’ forward, Charlie Villanueva is the latest professional athlete that finds himself in a legal bind. Villanueva was hit with a domestic assault charge stemming for an incident that reportedly happened on May 17th in Burlington Ontario. The 25-year-old Villanueva was released by Halton Regional Police on a promise to appear in court on […]

Haynesworth May Be Getting Sued

The Washington Redskins’ $100M man, Albert Haynesworth is having a little money problems. No, it’s not that he doesn’t have money, but apparently he has ignored his financial obligations to Clayton Bank & Trust of Tennessee. According to USA Today’s website, Haynesworth hasn’t been making payments on his $2.4M loan and potentially will be sued […]

South Africa Eliminated From World Cup Despite Win

South Africa came in the World Cup tournament ranked 31st out of the 32 teams that qualified, so much wasn’t expected of the home team. Nevertheless, they will forever live in infamy, at least for the moment, because they were the first World Cup host team not to advance to the Round of 16 in […]

Breaking: Ty Lawson Doesn’t Want To Bed Kim Kardashian After All

Add another athlete to the “that wasn’t me on Twitter say those things” bunch. Ty Lawson has finally gotten his Twitter account back under control and is denying that he was behind those tweets about Kim Kardashian that we linked in The Glory Lines. Lawson’s excuse? He lost his phone. Makes total sense. Keep better […]

James Blake Doesn’t Care For Pam Shriver’s Wimbledon Analysis

ESPN analyst Pam Shriver was trying her best to add a little analysis to James Blake’s meltdown in the first round of Wimbledon, but her best wasn’t enough. Particularly for James Blake. To show his disapproval, he proceeds to loudly tell Shriver, who is perched at the top of the stadium, that her analysis isn’t […]

Marijuana Flavored Lollipops Made An Appearance At Lakers Championship Parade

By all accounts, the Lakers Championship Parade went off without a hitch. There haven’t been any reports of violence, everyone seemed to have a good time, and vendors racked up on sales. On sale were the usual items like food, paraphernalia, and water. But the items for sale didn’t stop there. Also among the vendors […]

The Glory Lines 6/22/10

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! Ty Lawson: Kim Kardashian Sex Would Help Me Win (Huffington Post) Amazin’ Bronx man running out of room for more Mets tattoos (New York Post) Chris Paul draws interest as draft […]

Steve Smith Suffers Broken Arm Playing Flag Football

Carolina fans had to be feeling pretty good about their team after finally getting rid of Jake Delhomme and quite possibly getting the steal of the draft in Jimmy Clausen. Yep, things were definitely looking up. Now, comes the news that brings them back down to earth. Steve Smith has a broken arm. Now comes […]

John Miller Is Your BP Oil Spill Analogy Champion

Lost in the shuffle of Dustin Johnson’s meltdown and Graeme McDowell’s triumph was NBC’s John Miller providing us with an analogy that is to be considered legendary. And just how can one tell if an analogy should be considered for legendary status? Just listen for the response to said analogy. If the booth goes completely […]