Security At The Yankees’ New Stadium Is Tight, Just Ask Paul O’Neil Or Anyone Else For That Matter

A couple of weeks ago, we were all over the Mets for their treatment of Dwight Gooden’s autograph on a wall in Citi Field. Well, the other team in New York will not be outdone by anyone, especially the Mets. During the weekend series against the Angels, former Yankee great and YES broadcaster, Paul O’Neil […]

Johnny Gray and Steve Luke Warned Us About This Swine Flu Years Ago

For those of us that thought that swine flu is relatively new, we were wrong. In fact, Faniq has taken the time to chronicle the history of the illness. We’ll leave the teaching to them and we’ll just marvel at this great PSA done by former Green Bay Packers safeties Johnny Gray and Steve Luke. […]

The Glory Lines 5/5/2009

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! “Zambrano Mows My Lawn” T-Shirt (Joe Sports Fan) Lebron shows off his Yoga skills, wins MVP (Outside the Boxscore) LOL NBA Playoffs: 05/04/2009 (That NBA Lottery Pick)A. Gully’s New Paint Job, […]

King James wins mvp award

According to AP reports, Lebron James will be named the NBA’s MVP today at 4:00pm. The announcement is expected to be made at a press conference held at James’ alma mater, St. Vincent-St. Mary High School in Akron, Ohio. Lebron led to Cleveland Cavaliers to a team record 66 wins and have attained home court […]

Boy, Are Rockets Fans Happy To Be In The Second Round

After a 1st round defeat of the Portland Trailblazers, the Houston Rockets were sent off in “fans gathering to celebrate a championship” style for their 2nd round series against the Lakers. By the looks of this video, the Rockets have achieved greatness in the eyes of their fans. I guess years of not making it […]

Weekly rewind

Recap of some of the most intriguing stories of the last week. John McEnroe wants to coach Roger Federer. He claims he can help him get him passion back. Anything that involves McEnroe near a tennis court won’t end well. Roger don’t do it. Finally a reason to watch the NHL Playoffs. Young studs, Sidney […]

Here’s All You Need To Know About The Pacquiao-Hatton Fight

I’m sure you noticed that the posting was nonexistent on Friday. That was because we were both on the wedding circuit. Thus, we were out of blogging commission. Coincidentally, I was pretty much out of commission the entire weekend so I missed the fight (or whatever it was) between Manny Pacquiao and Ricky Hatton. I […]

The Glory Lines 5/4/2009

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! Another 7 NBA Logos You’ll Likely Never See (Blaze of Love) When Western Carolina And Furman Softball Fans Get Together There Will Be Punches Thrown (Busted Coverage) Ten Most Annoying Sportscaster […]

I’m Convinced That Lawrence Frank Has Some Dirt On Rod Thorn

So I’m in the barbershop getting a haircut yesterday and something tells me to glance up at the TV that stays locked on ESPN. On the bottom line scrolls the words, “Nets to retain Lawrence Frank as head coach”. At this point, I wanted to shake my head in disgust, but decided to stay still […]

Dwight Howard suspended for throwing the ‘people’s elbow’

Orlando Magic center Dwight Howard will be suspended for Thursday’s game 6 versus the 76ers in Philly. Howard’s threw a vicious elbow that connected with Dalembert’s head in the 1st quarter of game 5 but was not ejected. Why? All three refs failed to see if the elbow landed, so a technical foul was assessed […]