Daily Noontime – June 9, 2011

Brad Marchand has made a significant impact for the Bruins!

Happy Thursday everyone and yes, welcome to yet another… Daily Noontime! Here is today’s headlines and news! 

Headlines: 

* Game 4 of the NHL Stanley Cup Finals between the Boston Bruins and Vancouver Canucks was epic and yes, Brad Marchand made an impact.

* After two back-to-back games in Boston, the Vancouver Canucks need to regroup quickly, especially if they want to win another game in the series.

* According to sources, some NFL and CFL teams are keeping their eye on former Ohio State Buckeyes quarterback Terrelle Pryor.

* Apparently, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has admitted that the NFL Lockout is not just for players, coaches and owners, but also, fans too.

* It seems that according to some sources, Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia may need surgery on his right knee.

* The great Charles Barkley has spoken and what exactly did he say? Well, he admitted that the Miami Heat have the worst fans in the NBA.

Games to Watch: 

* Seattle at Detroit (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern 

* Boston at New York Yankees (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern 

* St. Louis at Houston (MLB) – 8:05pm eastern

* Miami at Dallas (NBA Finals – Game 5) – 9:00pm eastern

* Washington at San Diego (MLB) – 10:05pm eastern

Video of the Day: 

Boston Bruins great Bobby Orr was honored Wednesday at the TD Garden prior to face-off and yes, he waived a flag honoring Nathan Horton.

Why Athletes Love “Teach Me How to Dougie”

Have you ever noticed when entering a ballpark or stadium the various music that is often blared over the loudspeaker? Sure, they have oldies, such as Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, which totally rock, but what about the song, “Teach Me How to Dougie,” have you heard that song?

Well, if not, you will certainly know what it is and have it stuck in your head after watching these various videos featuring everyone’s favorite athletes dancing to this particular song, so enjoy!

1.) There is nothing better than watching John Wall and others dance instead of doing various NBA exercises.

 

2.) Indeed, fans are obsessed with the song. Well, maybe not obsessed, but truly will do anything when this song comes on, especially when one or two people are at center court.

 

3.) The Golden State Warriors welcomed the “newcomers” to their team by making them dance to the song during practice.

 

4.) Also, the Portland Trail Blazers took a page out of Golden State’s book, as they too made their rookies dance in front of their home crowd.

 

5.) After Michael Vick connected with DeSean Jackson, the wide receiver celebrate his touchdown by dancing to “Teach Me How to Dougie.”

 

6.) During a San Francisco 49ers warm up, Reggie Smith decided he needed to dance in order to get ready for the game, but who knows if they won that game?

 

7.) This Oregon Ducks fan needed to show off his moves with the college’s mascot, but who was the better dancer?

 

8.) Is it possible to say that the NHL even enjoys this song?

 

9.) It’s rather funny to watch sports analysts or reporters, especially Charles Barkley dancing to this song.

 

10.) While many New England Patriots fans are dreading their most recent playoff loss to the New York Jets, who doesn’t enjoy watching Braylon Edwards do the “dougie?”


Why Athletes Love "Teach Me How to Dougie"

Have you ever noticed when entering a ballpark or stadium the various music that is often blared over the loudspeaker? Sure, they have oldies, such as Bruce Springsteen and Bon Jovi, which totally rock, but what about the song, “Teach Me How to Dougie,” have you heard that song?

Well, if not, you will certainly know what it is and have it stuck in your head after watching these various videos featuring everyone’s favorite athletes dancing to this particular song, so enjoy!

1.) There is nothing better than watching John Wall and others dance instead of doing various NBA exercises.

 

2.) Indeed, fans are obsessed with the song. Well, maybe not obsessed, but truly will do anything when this song comes on, especially when one or two people are at center court.

 

3.) The Golden State Warriors welcomed the “newcomers” to their team by making them dance to the song during practice.

 

4.) Also, the Portland Trail Blazers took a page out of Golden State’s book, as they too made their rookies dance in front of their home crowd.

 

5.) After Michael Vick connected with DeSean Jackson, the wide receiver celebrate his touchdown by dancing to “Teach Me How to Dougie.”

 

6.) During a San Francisco 49ers warm up, Reggie Smith decided he needed to dance in order to get ready for the game, but who knows if they won that game?

 

7.) This Oregon Ducks fan needed to show off his moves with the college’s mascot, but who was the better dancer?

 

8.) Is it possible to say that the NHL even enjoys this song?

 

9.) It’s rather funny to watch sports analysts or reporters, especially Charles Barkley dancing to this song.

 

10.) While many New England Patriots fans are dreading their most recent playoff loss to the New York Jets, who doesn’t enjoy watching Braylon Edwards do the “dougie?”


Daily Noontime – December 1, 2010

Happy December to everyone and welcome to our midway point of the week, Wednesday! It is officially the first of December, which means 2010 is slowly coming to a close, but in the meantime, here is our Daily Noontime for Wednesday December 1, 2010, have an awesome day!

Headlines:

* Could the New York Yankees now be targeting Kansas City Royals pitcher, Zach Greinke? How would he look in pinstripes?

* The New York Jets have come to realized that if they want to beat the New England Patriots, they need to have Trevor Pryce and the defense need to pressure Tom Brady.

* NBA great, Magic Johnson continues to be very interested in bringing a NFL team to Los Angles, California, but will it happen?

* Former NBA star, Charles Barkley, has a few words of advice for President Obama and his basketball game.

* Colorado Rockies shortstop Troy Tulowitzki has received a guaranteed contract worth $157.75 million dollars. Wow!

* Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison was once again, fined by the NFL for the fourth time this season.

* Chicago Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher believes the NFL fines are bogus.

* Could the Toronto Raptors eventually get owned by a Canadian phone company? Certainly seems that possible.

Games to Watch:

* Memphis at Atlanta (NBA) – 7:00pm eastern

* Edmonton at Montreal (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

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

* Portland at Boston (NBA) – 7:30pm eastern

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

* L.A. Lakers at Houston (NBA) – 8:30pm eastern

* #6 Michigan State at #1 Duke (NCAA Men’s BB) – 9:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

So the Jets beat the Patriots in week 2, but what about in week 13?


Daily Noontime – November 17, 2010

Welcome to Wednesday everyone and of course, hello, good day and yes, let’s kick off Wednesday with our Daily Noontime for November 17, 2010.

Headlines:

* The UConn Women’s basketball team survived an early scare on Tuesday, defeating the Baylor Bears, 65-64.

* This is a “no-brainer,” but Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Roy Halladay was the winner of the NL Cy Young Award.

* Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb and his agent don’t seem to pleased about his new contract.

* An 8-year old New York Jets fan was tackled by a “drunk” Cleveland Browns fan on Sunday after the game ended in overtime.

* The Atlanta Braves have officially acquired former Florida Marlin, Dan Uggla.

* Could the MLB be expanding the playoffs a little too soon? Would adding extra Wild-Card teams be a good decision?

* Are you ready to hear Charles Barkley call some of the March Madness tournament this year?

Games to Watch:

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

* Florida at Atlanta (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* Washington at Boston (NBA) – 7:30pm eastern

* Dallas at New Orleans (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* San Jose at Colorado (NHL) – 9:00pm eastern

* Chicago at San Antonio (NBA) – 9:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Michael Jordan vs. Michael Jordan?