Daily Noontime – December 3, 2010
Happy Friday everyone! The weekend is upon us and the week is coming to an end, so hopefully that makes you happy. Anyways, here is our Daily Noontime for December 3, 2010, have a great weekend!
* LeBron James and the Miami Heat took game one in the four game regular season series on Thursday and left the city of Cleveland in one piece.
* The USA Today was interested in seeing if fans thought LeBron or Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick played better on Thursday.
* Boston Celtics head coach Doc Rivers and San Antonio Spurs Greg Popovich were considered the two best coaches during October and November in the NBA.
* Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson maybe seeing more of a reduced role with his football team, which he may not like one bit.
* Russia will host the 2018 World Cup while Qatar will be the home in 2022, sorry America!
* The Chicago White Sox have reached a deal with Adam Dunn for four years. Dunn will receive $56 million for the next few seasons in the “Windy City.”
* Sports Illustrated’s Peter King has his NFL week 13 picks, did he pick your team to win? Take a look!
* The New York Yankees continue to talk with Derek Jeter and trying to do everything they can to resign their former shortstop.
* Boston Bruins forward Marc Savard returned to the ice and was part of an exciting 8-1 victory against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Thursday.
Games to Watch:
* Chicago at Boston (NBA) (Friday) – 8:00pm eastern
* Detroit at Anaheim (NHL) (Friday) – 10:00pm eastern
* Dallas at Utah (NBA) (Friday) – 10:30pm eastern
* New Jersey at Philadelphia (NHL) (Saturday) – 1:00pm eastern
* #2 Oregon at Oregon State (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 3:30pm eastern
* #1 Auburn vs. #19 Southern Carolina (NCAA FB) (Saturday) – 4:00pm eastern
* Boston at Toronto (NHL) (Saturday) – 7:00pm eastern
* Atlanta at Miami (NBA) (Saturday) – 7:30pm eastern
* Houston at Chicago (NBA) (Saturday) – 8:00pm eastern
* Orlando at Milwaukee (NBA) (Saturday) – 8:30pm eastern
* Washington at New York Giants (NFL) (Sunday) – 1:00pm eastern
* Oakland at San Diego (NFL) (Sunday) – 4:05pm eastern
* Atlanta at Tampa Bay (NFL) (Sunday) – 4:15pm eastern
* Dallas at Indianapolis (NFL) (Sunday) – 4:15pm eastern
* New Orleans at San Antonio (NBA) (Sunday) – 7:00pm eastern
* Pittsburgh at Baltimore (NFL) (Sunday) – 8:20pm eastern
Video of the Day:
After beating his former team, LeBron James had a few things to say about his former home.