Daily Noontime – September 22, 2011

Is there any chance this current losing streak will end?

Happy Thursday to everyone! The weekend is almost here, but in the meantime, here’s some headlines and news, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

* Well, once again, the Boston Red Sox lost, as the Baltimore Orioles won three-of-four games at Fenway Park this week.

* For the 17th time in their franchise history, the New York Yankees clinched the American League East division title, as they beat the Tampa Bay Rays on Wednesday.

* Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Blaine Gabbert will kick-off his NFL career on Sunday, as he was recently named the starter for his team against the Carolina Panthers.

* The New York Giants wants the banged-up Philadelphia Eagles quarterback to play on Sunday, yet it isn’t certain that Michael Vick will be under center.

* According to various reports, some believe that the Dallas Cowboys shouldn’t risk starting quarterback Tony Romo on Monday against the Washington Redskins, but instead back-up, Jon Kitna.

* Former NBA star Yao Ming has decided to join the fight against “the fin trade to 30 of China’s richest businesspeople.”

Games to Watch: 

* New York Mets at St. Louis (MLB) – 1:45pm eastern 

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

* San Francisco at L.A. Dodgers (MLB) – 10:10pm eastern 

Video of the Day: 

Watch this video and ask yourself, was that really necessary? 

Daily Noontime – July 11, 2011

Team USA defeated Brazil, but now, one has to wonder, where do they go from here?

What’s up and what’s good my friends? Happy Monday to everyone, including all the mother’s and father’s across America because really they deserve some love too, right?

Any who, enough ranting, here’s the Daily Noontime for Monday July 11, 2011! 

Headlines: 

* Sunday was an exciting day for the United States of America, as they turned their attention to a sport that no one truly cares about…soccer, but really, Women’s World Cup soccer ruled the airwaves, as fans watched Team USA beat Brazil in shootouts.

* According to some reports, Team USA showed “guts” in order to beat the Brazilians in the first round of “knock-outs” on Sunday in Germany.

* Monday promises to be an exciting evening for all MLB fans, as the All-Star game festivities continue with the home run derby at Chase Field in Phoenix, Arizona.

* We’ve heard this story so many times, but now, sources believe the NFL is “moving closer to a deal.”

* New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez will miss the next four to six weeks due to knee surgery.

* Apparently some believe that Yao Ming‘s retirement from basketball could impact the NBA in the future.

Games to Watch: 

MLB All-Star Game – Home Run Derby – 8:00pm eastern

Video to Watch: 

Remember how excited San Francisco Giants fans were last year? Could happen again, right? 

Daily Noontime – April 22, 2011

Happy Friday to everyone and welcome to yet another 2011 weekend, let’s have fun! In the meantime, here is today’s Daily Noontime, so enjoy!

Headlines:

* New York Giants general manager Jerry Reese apparently is copying other league owners or executives for the upcoming NFL Draft.

* Despite his team not playing in the NBA playoffs, Yao Ming has officially decided he doesn’t want to leave the Houston Rockets.

* Apparently the defending NHL Stanley Cup champions won’t go away without a fight, as the Chicago Blackhawks won Game 5 against the Vancouver Canucks, 5-0.

* Miami’s Dwyane Wade was on fire on Thursday, as the Heat beat the Philadelphia 76ers for a third time in the postseason.

* It seems that every sport or team in Los Angles, California is somewhat a “joke.” Do you agree? Yes or No?

* Could David Stern institute instant replay to help with the officiating in the NBA? Could be a good thing, right?

Games to Watch: 

* Los Angles Dodgers at Chicago Cubs (MLB) – 2:20pm eastern

* Boston at New York Knicks (NBA Playoffs) – 7:00pm eastern

* Tampa Bay at Toronto (MLB) – 7:07pm eastern

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

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

Video of the Day: 

Nothing like a little humor and basketball. This young man certainly needs to work on his shot, right?


Daily Noontime – March 11, 2011

Would you really want to arrest Chara for a serious hit?

Good morning and welcome to yet another weekend! It is indeed Friday March 11, 2011, and it is now time to deliver todays headlines and news, so sit back, relax and have a great weekend!

Headlines:

* Despite dealing with a serious foot injury, Yao Ming has made it clear that he plans to return to the Houston Rockets next season.

* The NFL Lockout deadline is 11:59pm eastern on Friday, so unless both sides work out something, this “War of The Rose” could get worse.

* If there isn’t a NFL season in 2011, it could have a major impact on the Sin City.

* Los Angles Lakers forward Blake Griffin may have dunked over a car, but could he match Guy Dupuy who was able to jump over the top of a BMW?

* Despite the Miami Heat’s win against the Los Angles Lakers on Thursday, more news continues to swirl around their “cry-gate.”

* Boston Bruins defenseman Zdeno Chara is indeed in trouble with the fans for his hit on Tuesday, but do they seriously need to have a criminal investigation occur?

Games to Watch:

* Edmonton at Detroit (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern

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

* Orlando at Golden State (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Kemba Walker knows how to make things rather dramatic, so that’s why he waited to take the final shot… again!