Big ‘Z’ Defends Fired Coach Mike Brown

Dan Gilbert, the Cleveland Cavaliers owner, fired coach Mike Brown early Monday morning, despite his record of success with the franchise. Brown was 272-138 over his 5-year tenure and led the Cavs to the playoffs every season and even led the team to a NBA Finals appearance in 2007. On Monday Cavs center ,Zydrunas Ilgauskas, […]

Mississippi State Signee Takes His Algebra Teacher To School

Mississippi State defensive back recruit Jamerson Love found himself in some controversy with his Algebra teacher, Shobul Johnson. These two guys engaged in a little wrestling match and after looking at this teacher’s frame, you know how this went down. To add insult to injury, Johnson was fired for this. Aberdeen teacher dismissed after roughhousing […]

Let’s Start The Day With A Flyers Fan Dropping A F Bomb…….On Live TV

When will these television types learn? Never I guess. If it hasn’t happened already, someone needs to pen a “how-to” book on covering a live celebration. Because frankly, these guys don’t understand that you can let fans talk directly into the microphone after a big victory. You just can’t. They can chant and blurt out […]

The Glory Lines 5/25/10

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! Introducing the Steve Nash Injury Index (Ball Don’t Lie) Joe Mauer leads AL in early All-Star voting ( Sources: Chicago Bulls reaching out to former coach Phil Jackson (ESPN) Steve Phillips […]

The T-Shirt That Sums Up Baseball In Philadelphia

Well folks, we finally have the mother of all custom made ballpark shirts. As you can see, there aren’t any spiffy designs or illustrations. Just words. But never before have words on t-shirt been so powerful and meaningful Because in just 10 words, this t-shirt tells you everything you would ever need to know about […]

Today In Ridiculous Conference Expansion Rumors: The Big Ten Could Expand To 20 Teams

Why not? We’ve heard everything else right. You surprised? If you are, you shouldn’t be. We’ve heard rumor after rumor about who the Big Tens wants, when they want them, and how they want them. This particular rumor isn’t any different. Other than the fact that it is utterly ridiculous. But it’s my duty to […]

Venus Williams Is Making The French Open A Little More Interesting

There’s not much to report on the French Open itself. I mean, it’s only the first round. But Venus Williams has managed to get the internet all riled up today. And I’m sure you can see why. Now the question becomes, what will Venus wear next? Via The Sydney Morning Herald Have some breaking news […]

Let’s Start The Day With A Little Guy Dunking On A Bigger Guy

Phil Pressey is a 5’10 point guard who will play his college ball at the University of Missouri. Tony Mitchell is a 6’8 small forward who will also play his college ball at the University of Missouri. They both played in the TABC Allstar Game in San Antonio, Texas. And what occurred will undoubtedly haunt […]

The Glory Lines 5/24/10

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! Matador in hospital after horrific goring (Telegraph) Jose Lima, former All-Star right-hander, dies at 37 in Los Angeles (ESPN) Cleveland Cavaliers fire coach Mike Brown after five seasons (The Plain Dealer) […]

Report: Doug Collins Gets 4-Year Deal With 76ers

The 76ers have agreed to terms with Doug Collins, ending their search for a new head coach, an NBA source said Thursday night. An announcement is expected Friday. Collins could be formally introduced by the team as early as Monday. Another source confirmed that the two parties had agreed to a four-year deal, although the […]