Daily Noontime – November 5, 2010

Hello and good morning to everyone! It is Friday November 5, 2010 and the weekend is now upon us! Have a great day and be safe this weekend.

Headlines:

* The MLB lost a great member of their league yesterday when news broke about the death of Sparky Anderson. Anderson was the first manager to win a World Series in both leagues.

* Here are Peter King‘s predictions for the NFL week 9 from Sports Illustrated.

* Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison was fined for the third time this season due to another hard hit.

* The Boston Red Sox have exercised a one year deal for designated hitter David Ortiz.

* Boston Celtics director of basketball operations Danny Ainge defends Kevin Garnett‘s “cancer” comment.

* Is quarterback Drew Brees really hurt? According to a report, Brees has a “fracture, torn meniscus in knee.”

* Miami Heat guard/forward LeBron James wants to play for Team USA in the Olympics in 2012 in London.

Games to Watch this Weekend:

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

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

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

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

* L.A. Clippers at Denver (NBA) (Friday) – 10:30pm eastern

* Washington at #1 Oregon (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 3:30pm eastern

* #3 TCU at #5Utah (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 3:30pm eastern

* #6 Alabama at #10 LSU (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 3:30pm eastern

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

* Denver at Dallas (NBA) (Saturday) – 9:00pm eastern

* Tampa Bay at Atlanta (NFL) (Sunday) – 1:00pm eastern

* Miami at Baltimore (NFL) (Sunday) – 1:00pm eastern

* New York Giants at Seattle (NFL) (Sunday) – 4:05pm eastern

* Indianapolis at Philadelphia (NFL) (Sunday) – 4:15pm easterh

* Kansas City at Oakland (NFL) (Sunday) – 4:15pm eastern

* Boston at Oklahoma City (NBA) (Sunday) – 7:00pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Following Thursday’s video of the day featuring Washington Wizard’s John Wall‘s dance, check out ESPN’s own Skip Bayless!


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