Patrick Ewing Wants First Stab At Sinking Ship In New Jersey

Maybe that title is giving the New Jersey Nets a little too much credit. With a 0-17 start to the season, the ship in New Jersey may have already sunk. But now that Lawrence Frank has finally been fired, the Nets have to find a new skipper. Might as well continue with this ship theme, […]

Ron Artest still has some mental issues, seriously

Ron Artest has repeatedly proven that he neither has the mental capacity or will to act in a semi-normal fashion. The technical fouls, the “Malice at the Palace” in Detroit and the many off the wall statements have caused many to see and judge him subjectively. Since he’s been in L.A. with the Lakers, his […]

Yes, Derrick Rose Dunking On Greg Oden Gets Its Own Post

If you haven’t realized by now, players getting dunked on will never, ever, ever get old to us. Fan of No Guts, No Glory? Subscribe to our feed! or Follow us on Twitter!

Tracy McGrady Is Itching To Get Injured Again

We’re all aware that Tracy McGrady was hurt last season. We’re also aware that McGrady has never, ever, ever played the entire 82 games in a NBA season. And he has had 11 seasons to accomplish that feat. With those facts withstanding, conventional wisdom says that McGrady would sit his tail down until he’s completely […]

50 Cent’s Entourage Are Not Fans Of Marv Albert

Hey, did you know 50 Cent and Marv Albert were guests on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” on Wednesday night?  Well, they were.  If you saw it, I’m sure you thought it was underwhelming. But there was one part of the show that was surely entertaining. You just never saw it. It went on backstage before the show even started. […]

Let’s Not Crown The Hawks Just Yet

Okay, the Atlanta Hawks have a pretty good team. They’ve gotten off to their fastest start since the 1997-98 season at 10-2, and currently have the best record in the NBA. But are they for real? I don’t know and neither does anyone else. This same team started 6-0 last year and ended up getting […]

Fomer NBA Star Finally Agrees To Plea Deal

It’s been a while since he’s been in the news, but for those who don’t remember Jayson Williams, here’s a little about his past. Williams gained notoriety playing in the NBA for the New Jersey Nets from 1992-1999. His best seasons were from 1996-1998 where he averaged a double-double and made the 1998 All-Star game. […]

After Just 3 Games, Iverson Is Outta There

It’s official. Allen Iverson and the Memphis Grizzlies have agreed to part ways on Monday. The 14-year NBA All-Star never really built any type of chemistry with the team. He missed all of the pre-season and only played in 3 of the team’s 10 games. Iverson left the team on Nov.7 to deal with “personal […]

Hey Everyone, It’s Another Letter From David Kahn

Hey guys, gather round. We’ve just received another letter from your favorite, and our favorite Prez of Basketball Operations, David Kahn. Calm down, calm down. I know you’re excited. I am too. Remember the last letter he wrote to us? Boy, does he have a way with words. There’s just something about a man that […]

Stephen Jackson Is Headed To Charlotte

Stephen Jackson and this suit finally forced themselves out of Golden State. They’re on their way to make problems for the Charlotte Bobcats. Charlotte Bobcats General Manager Rod Higgins announced today that the team has acquired guards Stephen Jackson and Acie Law from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for guard Raja Bell and forward Vladimir Radmanovic. Good […]