Daily Noontime – February 8, 2011

Besides it being a Tuesday, we can still say, this month is flying by, right? Whatever, agree or disagree, February is slowly approaching the mid-way point. So, have a wonderful day and welcome to the Daily Noontime!

Headlines:

* The Cleveland Cavaliers have yet to win a game recently, on Monday, they lost a regular season record, 25-games in a row.

* After an exciting Super Bowl victory, the Green Bay Packers have decided that now its time to extend contracts to the general manager Ted Thompson and head coach Mike McCarthy.

* Dallas Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones had to make a few apologies or at least has now owned up to the Super Bowl seats issues.

* Boston Celtics guard Ray Allen scored 25-points on Monday, but was unsuccessful at making the big 3-pointers down the stretch, as he and his team lost to the Charlotte Bobcats, 94-89.

* Carmelo Anthony scored 50-points on Monday, but the Houston Rockets had no problem and handed the Denver Nuggets their 22nd loss of the season.

* New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton is planning to move his family to a suburb near Dallas, but will that make his team happy?

* Texas Rangers infielder, Michael Young wants to be traded from the Texas Rangers according to sources, but where exactly will he land a new job?

* University of Georgia running back Washaun Ealey was suspended Monday and it doesn’t sound good.

* A former Kiwi softball player, Te Wera has officially signed with the Boston Red Sox, but will he make the team? We’ll find that out soon!

Games to Watch:

* Los Angles Clippers at Orlando (NBA) – 7:00pm eastern

* Carolina at New Jersey (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* San Jose at Washington (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* Buffalo at Tampa Bay (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

So the Green Bay Packers did win the Super Bowl and this young fan had to sign his version of “Green and Yellow!”


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