Daily Noontime – March 14, 2011

The Celtics stumped the Bucks and finally looked like a defensive team!

Good Monday morning to everyone and welcome to yet another brand new week. We’re kicking off the day with another wonderful Daily Noontime, so sit back, relax and enjoy!

Headlines:

* Sure, there may not be an upcoming NFL season, but according to some experts, seems like a deal could be coming in the near future.

* The Boston Celtics manhandled the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday, as well as set a franchise record for points allowed by an opponent, as the Green and White earned an impressive 87-56 victory.

* After an interesting Dallas Mavericks-Los Angles Lakers series over the weekend, apparently Mark Cuban has stated that both teams would make for a “boring” playoff series.

* USC Men’s basketball head coach Kevin O’Neill is back withe Trojans, but now he has to get his team ready for their opening round matchup against VCU, can he do it?

* The city of Newark, New Jersey will be on display in a few weeks, as they get ready to host the March Madness tournament.

* Hard to believe, but the Big East will be well represented in this years March Madness tournament, as 11-teams qualified on Sunday.

* The Washington Capitals continue their dominance, as they have extended their winning streak to eight games.

Games to Watch:

* San Jose at Chicago (NHL) – 8:00pm eastern

* San Antonio at Miami (NBA) – 8:00pm eastern

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

* Orlando at Los Angles Lakers (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Mike Tyson apparently can help with various problems, so watch and see!


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