Daily Noontime – December 9, 2011

The NBA denied what probably would have been a "super trade!" (Photo Credit" Grind 365)

It’s officially Friday, which means it’s time to sing and shout, right? OK… OK… we’ll do that late, but in the meantime, here’s some headlines, news and more! 

Headlines: 

* The trade that would have sent Chris Paul to Los Angles was denied on Thursday by NBA commissioner David Stern.

* In case you haven’t heard — the Los Angles of Anaheim Angels inked Albert Pujols‘s name on a 10-year, $252 million contract on Thursday.

* Former Texas Rangers pitcher C.J. Wilson turned down an offer from the Miami (Florida) Marlins, so he could join the Los Angles of Anaheim Angels.

* It wasn’t pretty, but on Thursday evening, the Pittsburgh Steelers defeated the Cleveland Browns, 14-3.

* The UConn Men’s basketball team appeared to be the stronger team on Thursday, as the Huskies fended off the Harvard Crimson, 67-53.

* Charlie Weis will have a new home next season, as he was recently hired by University of Kansas.

Games to Watch: 

* Toronto at Washington (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Here’s Erin Andrews interviewing an Alabama football player on her i-Phone… which is quite interesting, right? 

Daily Noontime – December 7, 2011

The Jets defeated the Bruins for the first time this season on Tuesday! (Photo Credit: Yahoo! Sports)

Happy “Hump Day” to everyone, and welcome into another quality edition of the Daily Noontime! Here’s some headlines, news and more! 

Headlines: 

*Winnipeg handed the Boston Bruins their first loss since October on Tuesday, as the Jets won, 2-1.

* Albert Pujols has yet to make a decision about joining the Florida Marlins. However, as of recently, the St. Louis Cardinals have offered their former slugger $220 million for 10 seasons.

* According to MLB.com — Sources have confirmed that the Seattle Mariners are downplaying their chatter about acquiring Prince Fielder.

* NFL.com has confirmed that the Chicago Bears aren’t interested in acquiring former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre.

* On Wednesday, the NFL will make an announcement regarding their week 15 flex game, which could entail having New England and Denver square off on Sunday evening instead of the afternoon.

* On Tuesday, the NFL finance committee voted to recommend “Shahid Khan’s bid to buy the [Jacksonville] Jaguars.”

Games to Watch:

* Washington at Ottawa (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Philadelphia at Buffalo (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Perhaps this was Tyler Seguin‘s alarm clock, which didn’t go off on time! 

Daily Noontime – November 11, 2011

Joe Paterno apparently hired a defense lawyer, as more news from Penn State continues to develop!

Happy Friday y’all and welcome to yet another amazing edition of the Daily Noontime!

It’s also Veterans Day, so on behalf of Noontime Sports, we want to say, thank you to the brave men and women who continue to defend our freedom! Here’s some news and headlines, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* According to a recent CBS report — former Penn State football head coach Joe Paterno admitted that he wished he had reported the sexual assault incident sooner that later.

* According to various sources – Paterno hired a criminal lawyer despite not being charged with any crime.

* Carson Palmer and the Oakland Raiders proved that they’re the best team in the AFC West, as they defeated the San Diego Chargers on Thursday, 24-17.

* According to Nolan Ryan, the Texas Rangers are not interested in acquiring Prince Fielder or Albert Pujols for the upcoming season.

* Apparently the Cleveland Browns might consider switching wide receiver Josh Cribbs to running back for their upcoming game this weekend.

* Things seem to be moving in the right direction, as NBA Labor Talks once again have set a new deadline for a deal.

Games to Watch: 

* Washington at New Jersey (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Dallas at Pittsburgh (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* South Florida at Syracuse (NCAA Football) – 8:00pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Apparently LeBron James is way too cool, and doesn’t like high-fives! 

Daily Noontime – Monday June 6, 2011

Nadal did it again, as he captured his sixth French Open!

It’s Monday, which means it’s officially a BRAND NEW week! Welcome to today’s Daily Noontime and of course, here’s our headlines and news, so enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* After losing Game 2 to the Dallas Mavericks, Miami recovered completely on Sunday, as the Heat won Game 3 of the NBA Finals in the Lone Star State.

* It’s not every day that the French Open committee makes mistakes with their trophies, right? After the women’s finals on Sunday, something embarrassing happened.

* Rafael Nadal did it again, as he won his sixth French Open Final against Roger Federer on Sunday.

* Former New York Giants wide receiver Plaxico Burress will leave jail on Monday and according to some reports, he’ll be a top NFL free-agent once the lockout ends.

* It certainly was an exciting weekend for the St. Louis Cardinals, but really, Albert Pujols, who hit two back-to-back home runs on Saturday and Sunday.

* The NHL Stanley Cup Finals resumes Monday and for one special Canadian soldier overseas, he certainly has enjoyed the Vancouver Canucks run toward their first ever championship.

Games to Watch: 

* Los Angles Dodgers at Philadelphia (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern

* Vancouver at Boston (NHL Stanley Cup Finals – Game 3) – 8:00pm eastern

* Detroit at Texas (MLB) – 8:05pm eastern

* Washington at San Francisco (MLB) – 10:15pm eastern

Video of the Day: 

Was it funny when Max Lapierre taunted Patrice Bergeron on Saturday? 

Daily Noontime – April 1, 2011

Hey… did you hear… there’s no Daily Noontime today… actually… OK… we do have one, April Fools! Here is your day’s news, headlines and of course, video of the day, have a great weekend too!

Headlines:

* The possibility of having a NFL team, but also, a stadium in Los Angles continues to go on in the background, while the league remains currently locked out.

* Former New England Patriots running back and current Denver Bronco, Laurence Maroney is now facing marijuana charges.

* MLB commissioner Bud Selig is now pushing for smokeless tobacco to be banned in the majors.

* St. Louis Cardinals all-star, Albert Pujols went 0-5 during his teams season debut against the San Diego Padres.

* Five players were ejected from a Dallas-Los Angles game on Thursday, but the Lakers still prevailed, as Kobe Bryant led his team to a 110-82 victory.

* The Bronx Bombers, a.k.a. New York Yankees earned their first win of the season on Thursday, as they defeated the Detroit Tigers, 6-3. Any chance they win 100 or 150 games?

Games to Watch:

* Houston at Philadelphia (MLB) – 1:05pm eastern

* Boston at Texas (MLB) – 4:05pm eastern

* Chicago at Columbus (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* Boston at Atlanta (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* San Antonio at Houston (NBA) – 8:30pm eastern

* Oklahoma City at Portland (NBA) – 10:00pm eastern

* San Francisco at Los Angles Dodgers (MLB) – 10:10pm eastern

Video of the Day:


Daily Noontime – February 17, 2011

Yet another week is coming to a close, hard to believe. Welcome to another Thursday in paradise, yes, paradise and well, we have some interesting stories and headlines, so without further ado, here’s the Daily Noontime for February 17, 2011.

Headlines:

* New England Patriots offensive lineman Matt Light wants to play next season, but after some of his recent comments, he seems to be unsure, especially as a player representative if there will be a season in September.

* The Boston Bruins made a deal that helped them acquire Chris Kelly from the Ottawa Senators, but is that all they need currently?

* Hard to believe, but besides the New York Yankees and Dallas Cowboys, Real Madrid is a highly expensive and earning sports team.

* Are the New Jersey Nets really serious about acquiring Carmelo Anthony? Seems they are back in the “trade talks.”

* The Los Angles Lakers are struggling, but so are the Cleveland Cavaliers, although on Wednesday, the Cavs knocked off Kobe Bryant and his teammates, 104-99.

* The Toronto Blue Jays and Jose Bautista reached an agreement for a new contract worth $65 million.

* Is there a slight chance that the St. Louis Cardinals could consider trading Albert Pujols? A report from Boston says it would possibly be a good acquisition for the Red Sox.

* Should Donald Trump step in and save the New York Mets organization, especially because Bernie Madeoff was so helpful!

Games to Watch:

* Boston at New York Islanders (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* Los Angles Kings at New York Rangers (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* San Antonio at Chicago (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* Dallas at Phoenix (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

* Washington at San Jose (NHL) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Get your dunk ideas in for Mr. Blake Griffin



Daily Noontime – February 15, 2011

Well, it is indeed a Tuesday, so how does that make you feel? Great? Awesome? Amazing? No matter what, Tuesday’s can be cool or silly or how about we just deliver the Daily Noontime, so without further ado have an awesome day!

Headlines:

* The New England Patriots finally franchised one of their offensive guards, Logan Mankins, but is this the right move?

* While Carmelo Anthony continues to be a topic for discussion in regards to a possible trade to the New York Knicks or Los Angles Lakers, we can all rest easy and know that he’ll play for the West in the NBA All-Star game Sunday.

* It seems that according to report, New York Yankees pitcher C.C. Sabathia will likely opt out of his current contract after the 2011 MLB season.

* The Buffalo Bills have been awful the past few seasons, so its probably not a bad thing that they are already pondering draft picks, right?

* Kansas State Men’s basketball should be happy this morning, they defeated the number one team in the country Monday, Kansas.

* The contract discussions with the St. Louis Cardinals and Albert Pujols have been pushed back an extra 24-hours.

Games to Watch:

* Toronto at Boston (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* Buffalo at Montreal (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern

* Charlotte at Chicago (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* Utah at Phoenix (NHL) – 9:00pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Are you even allowed to spit on a golf course?


Daily Noontime – February 10, 2011

It’s just another day in paradise, as February continues to roll on, hard to believe March is only 18-days away, wow! Get excited people, March is coming, March is coming, which is what our favorite Patriots Paul Revere would say! Any who, here is the Daily Noontime for Thursday, February 10, 2011.

Headlines:

* Trailing by 16-points, Duke bounced back and rallied to defeat their neighbor and foe, University of North Carolina.

* The NFL union continues to ignore this “lock-out,” as a meeting for Thursday was canceled. Do they really not want football next year?

* The Dallas Cowboys and team owner Jerry Jones were sued on Wednesday over the Super Bowl seating fiasco.

* In March and April, NCAA basketball fans will get to enjoy more of the tournament on other TV stations other than CBS.

* It is possible that if the St. Louis Cardinals don’t re-sign Albert Pujols that the Red Sox or Yankees could be interested in acquiring the slugger.

* Unfortunately, it seems that the NBA All-Star H-O-R-S-E contest is officially over and done with, too bad.

Games to Watch:

* Carolina at Philadelphia (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* Los Angles at Pittsburgh (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* Los Angles Lakers at Boston (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* Dallas at Denver (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

There is absolutely no love between the Bruins or Canadiens!

Daily Noontime – January 17, 2011

Good Monday morning to everyone and welcome to yet another beautiful or should we say, awesome week? Whatever you decide to call it, welcome and here is your Daily Noontime for January 17, 2011, have a fantastic day!

Headlines:

* The New England Patriots were eliminated from the 2010 NFL playoffs on Sunday, as the New York Jets walked all over them at Gillette Stadium.

* New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan loves to talk, but after Sunday’s win against the Patriots, he just continued to go on and on some more.

* After what was considered a great weekend in the NFL, still, the labor agreements for a 2011 season continues to hang in the balance, but could they get a deal done before the Super Bowl?

* The Chicago Bears are on their way to another NFC Championship game, but this time it is against the Green Bay Packers.

* There has still been no official word on whether Carmelo Anthony will be headed to the New Jersey Nets this season.

* Is this report true? Did the Patriots really try to trip the New York Jets during week 2 of the NFL season?

* St. Louis Cardinals slugger Albert Pujols and his contract are becoming a big topic with the organization.

Games to Watch:

* Chicago at Memphis (NBA) – 1:00pm eastern

* Carolina at Boston (NHL) – 1:00pm eastern

* San Jose at Phoenix (NHL) – 4:00pm eastern

* Orlando at Boston (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Head coach Rex Ryan believed the Jets would win and well, they certainly did!


Daily Noontime – October 7, 2010

Roy Halladay is the second pitcher in the post season to throw a No-Hitter!

Good morning everyone! It is just another day in … the sports world, not paradise. Here is our Daily Noontime for Thursday October 7, 2010. Have a great Thursday too.

Headlines:

* For the second time in MLB postseason history, Roy “Doc” Halladay threw a no-hitter against the Cincinnati Reds in game one of the National League Division Series.

* Randy Moss is no longer a New England Patriots, but a Minnesota Viking, although rumors were denied about the Cleveland Browns being interested in the wide receivers services.

* The New York Yankees defeated the Minnesota Twins and ESPNNewYork.com, seems to think that it is a repeat of history.

* Already up 1-0 in the American League Division Series, the Texas Rangers look to earn their second win of the series against the Tampa Bay Rays on Thursday.

* Boston Celtics rookie Avery Bradley is still not ready to suit up for the green and white.

* San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith actually accepts the blame for his team’s [0-4] start.

* Arizona Cardinals rookie quarterback Max Hall will start Sunday against the New Orleans Saints. Good or bad call?

* St. Louis Cardinals have picked up a $16 million dollar option for the 2011 season for Albert Pujols.

Games to Watch:

* Texas at Tampa Bay (MLB Playoffs) – 2:37pm eastern

* New York Yankees at Minnesota (MLB Playoffs) – 6:07pm eastern

* #7 Nebraska at Kansas State (NCAA FB) – 7:30pm eastern

* Chicago at Dallas (NBA) – 8:30pm eastern

* San Antonio at Houston (NBA) – 8:30pm eastern

* Atlanta at San Francisco (MLB Playoffs) – 9:37pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Enjoy the final out between the Cincinnati Reds and Philadelphia Phillies!