Daily Noontime – May 25, 2011

The Heat are now one win away from the NBA FInals, which is hard to believe!

Happy “Hump Day” everyone and welcome to yet another Daily Noontime! Here is today’s headlines and news, so enjoy and as always, be good!


* The Miami Heat appeared unstoppable against the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, as they won Game 4, 101-93 in OT.

* Yes, the Minnesota Vikings are in the news and it isn’t because of Brett Favre, but instead, their brand new stadium. Although, could they be relocating to another city? Could happen!

* We officially have a winner from the NHL Western Conference and it is the Vancouver Canucks. They’ll face either the Boston Bruins or Tampa Bay Lightning in the Stanley Cup.

* Was it a good or bad thing that the NFL cancelled the “Rookie Symposium” on Tuesday?

* With a 3-1 series lead against the Chicago Bulls, some wonder if the Miami Heat are destined to win the NBA Finals, which could happen.

* Finally, the Boston Red Sox earned an important win against the Cleveland Indians at Jacobs Field on Tuesday.

Games to Watch: 

* Boston at Cleveland (MLB) – 12:05pm eastern

* Atlanta at Pittsburgh (MLB) – 12:35pm eastern 

* Cincinnati at Philadelphia (MLB) – 7:05pm eastern

* Boston at Tampa Bay (NHL Playoffs) – 8:00pm eastern

* Oklahoma City at Dallas (NBA Playoffs) – 9:00pm eastern

Video of the Day: 

The NHL Playoffs are slowly winding down and with just three teams remaining, Noontime Sports needs to get our readers, PUMPED UP! 

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