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 … [Continue reading]

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 … [Continue reading]

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 … [Continue reading]

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. … [Continue reading]

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. … [Continue reading]

The Glory Lines 6/23/09

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!Transformers - Revenge of the MLB Fallen (My Sports Rumors)The 10 most entertaining NBA players of all-time (Epic … [Continue reading]

Frank Mastrisciano: The masked trainer

Frank Mastrisciano is a very peculiar guy, at least when compared to the rest of us. This masked man resides in San Francisco and trains NBA athletes such as Gilbert Arenas and Aaron Afflalo, and a myriad of others, in his rigorous training … [Continue reading]

The U.S. Open Bar At Bethpage Black Got A Little Rowdy On Saturday

Because of all the rain delays, fans at Bethpage Black had tons of idle time during the first three days of the U.S. Open. And it seems that some on Saturday used their idle time to partake in a multitude of adult beverages. Which lead to a little … [Continue reading]

Six Great Umpire Ejections

Yesterday marked the beginning of summer and the beginning of me finally focusing in on MLB. Yeah, I know we're almost at the All-Star break and I've already missed some great baseball, but what can I say? I'm easily distracted by things like the … [Continue reading]

The Glory Lines 6/22/09

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!Favre Already Under Contract With Vikings? (Pro Football Talk)Danica Patrick Hits Crew Member: Video (Sports Rubbish)Think … [Continue reading]

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