Daily Noontime – January 31, 2011

Despite scoring 41-points, Kobe Bryant and the Lakers lost to the Celtics Sunday.

Hello and good morning, good afternoon or good evening, whatever time it is, welcome to another week and of course, the Daily Noontime! January has flown by, so why don’t we get on with our headlines, news and of course, video of the day!

Headlines:

* The NFL Pro Bowl took place on Sunday, but in all honesty, is this game even worth being played?

* Despite the play of both squads in the NFL Pro Bowl, watching Cleveland Brown’s Alex Mack score a touchdown at the end of the game was pretty impressive.

* The Los Angles Lakers and Boston Celtics played against one another for the first time since facing off against one another in the NBA Finals, but this time, the Green and White escaped with a victory, 109-96.

* The Indiana Pacers are having a dreadful season, so what did they do now? They fired their head coach Jim O’Brien.

* St. John’s upset #3 Duke on Sunday, which may or may not be a good thing for the Blue Devils.

* The NHL All-Star game took place Sunday and despite the combined 21-points that were recorded, Nicklas Lidstrom‘s team earned the win.

Games to Watch:

* Denver at New Jersey (NBA) – 7:00pm eastern

* Cleveland at Miami (NBA) – 7:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Who cares if the Los Angles Clippers are a bad team, they have Blake Griffin!


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