Daily Noontime – November 4, 2010

What a lucky blog this is going to be because instead of just the morning stories, we will look at some of the big news for the afternoon and evening too!

Headlines:

* Boston Celtics forward Paul Pierce earned his 20,000th point on Wednesday in an overtime win against the Milwaukee Bucks.

* Now that the Tennessee Titans have wide receiver Randy Moss, exactly how much longer should NFL fans expect him to remain in the league? Here is a possible answer!

* Will Derek Jeter remain a member of the New York Yankees in 2011?

* Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Sidney Rice is back in the fold, as he returned to practice on Wednesday.

* How much longer will Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler remain in the “Windy City?” Could he be the new quarterback in Washington?

* While the San Francisco Giants fans celebrated a World Series victory, Aubrey Huff shared his “rally thong” to the joyful crowd.

* During the World Series, the MLB, San Francisco Giants and Texas Rangers honored veterans.

* Philadelphia Eagles Ernie Simms was fined $50,000 for an unnecessary hit against the Titans.

Games to Watch:

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

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

* Georgia Tech at #22 Virginia Tech (NCAA FB) – 7:30pm eastern

* New York Knicks at Chicago (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

* Oklahoma City at Portland (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Can someone please teach me how to “Dougie” like John Wall?


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