Daily Noontime – September 28, 2010
“It’s just another day in paradise,” who sang that song/line? Good morning to all, it is Tuesday September 28, 2010 and Noontime Sports is ready to jump start your day. Here is our Daily Noontime and have an awesome Tuesday everyone!
* The Chicago Bears are now the only undefeated NFC team. They beat the Green Bay Packers, 20-17, on Monday Night Football and surely, it was an exciting finish.
* ESPN has reported that a California jury has convicted a construction worker for the murder of Los Angles Angels pitcher, Nick Adenhart.
* Carmelo Anthony spoke with the media yesterday, wearing a Denver Nuggets jersey and denying any reports about certain trades.
* No new news on if the NFL will extend their seasons from 16 to 18 games. Although, Indianapolis Colts general manager Bill Polian feels 18-games is too much and that teams should consider joint practices or scrimmages. What do you think?
* Roy Halladay and the Philadelphia Phillies have officially wrapped up the NL East division, congrats!
* Former Oakland Raiders quarterback George Blanda, died on Monday at the age of 83. Yahoo! Sports reported that Blanda,”played longer than anyone in pro football history and racked up the most points in a career that spanned four decades.”
* Green Bay Packers safety Nick Collins decided to throw an item at a Chicago Bears fan following the team’s loss on Monday. Fortunately for Collins, teammate Donald Driver was there to refrain him from any more chaos.
Games to Watch:
* New York Yankees at Toronto (MLB) – 7:10pm eastern
* Boston Red Sox at Chicago (MLB) – 8:10pm eastern
* Arizona at San Francisco (MLB) – 10:10pm eastern
Video of the Day:
Being a Boston Celtics fan, Tuesday marks the official beginning for the squads 2010-2011 season. Here is a video from the 2008 media day where former Celtic Brian Scalabrine discusses Kobe Bryant and the economy.