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Daily Noontime: February 1st, 2019

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February 1st means one thing: Groundhog Day is tomorrow (Feb. 2nd). (PHOTO COURTESY: AcuWeather.com)

By NoontimeSports.com |@NoontimeSports 

Happy Friday, everyone! And welcome to February, which is a VERY short month!

Tomorrow we celebrate Groundhog Day – will winter continue or is spring headed here quickly?

Well, let’s not worry about tomorrow because its the final day of the work week, so make sure to turn up the music and have a great day!

Happy Friday (again) and here is today’s (Feb. 1st, 2019) Daily Noontime – stay focused!


In The News


In Case You Missed It (ICYMI)


Video of the DayIn honor of the Super Bowl, enjoy the ‘CRAZIEST Ending’ to a title game a few years ago, which saw the Pats beat the Seattle Seahawks in Glendale, Arizona

Daily Noontime – February 21, 2012

Daniel Bard is expected to experience a LONG day on Tuesday! (Photo Credit: Boston Herald)

By NoontimeSports.com 

It’s good to be back from a LONG weekend, everyone, and hopefully you enjoyed it, too! Here are some headlines and news from the city of Boston and New England to kick-start your day.

* The Boston Red Sox will take part in their first official workout on Tuesday, which is expected to be a long day for the pitchers and catchers, as well as manager Bobby Valentine. According to sources, Daniel Bard is expected to practice with the starting pitches, since he’ll be one this season. Also, reporters have confirmed that Dustin Pedroia has been spotted at JetBlue Park, too.

* Dallas handed the Boston Celtics their 16th loss of the season on Sunday evening, as the Mavericks defeated the Green and White, 89-73. Boston has now lost four consecutive contests, and will try to turn things around on Wednesday when they travel to Oklahoma to face the Thunder, who’re curently sporting a 25-7 record. Also, Rajon Rondo will serve his final two-game suspension on Wednesday after being ejected on Sunday evening against the Detroit Pistons.

* The Boston Bruins will look to snap their two-game skid on Wednesday evening when they face-off against the St. Louis Blues in Missouri. Against Winnipeg and Minnesota, Boston has been outscored by their opponents, 6-2.

Daily Noontime – January 11, 2012

Nathan Horton scored two goals on Tuesday, which helped the Bruins defeat the Jets, 5-3! (Photo Credit: Zimbio.com)

By NoontimeSports.com 

Good Wednesday morning to all, and welcome into yet another tremendous edition of the Daily Noontime! Here are some of the day’s headlines and news, enjoy.

* Without left-winger Brad Marchand in the line-up, the Boston Bruins managed to pick up an important win against the Winnipeg Jets on Tuesday evening. Nathan Horton netted two of the team’s five goals, while Tuukka Rask recorded 29 saves between the pipes. The Bruins will enjoy a day of rest, and then welcome the Montreal Canadiens to the TD Garden on Thursday for a 7:00pm face-off.

* According to an article from ESPNBoston.com – Marchand expressed that he wasn’t happy to fork over $152,439.02. He also admitted that he was quite shocked that he was handed a five-game suspension, too.

* Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow told New England and Boston reporters that he admires Tom Brady, and certainly believes he can learn from him. Tebow was quoted for saying, “He’s been one of the best in the business and he’ll definitely go down as one of the best. My hat is off to him and his career and how great of a quarterback he’s been and good for him.”

* It’s been a few days since the Boston Celtics last played basketball, but on Wednesday, they’ll host the defending NBA champion Dallas Mavericks, who have won four of their last five contests. The Celtics winning streak was snapped last week when the Indiana Pacers handed them an 87-74 victory.

* Despite an interesting 34 minutes, Harvard’s men’s basketball team somehow prevailed, as the Crimson defeated Monmouth, 70-61.

Daily Noontime – December 13, 2011

Marshawn Lynch rushed for 100 yards and a TD on Monday, as Seattle defeated St. Louis on Monday! (Photo Credit: Zimbio)

Happy Tuesday to all, and welcome to another edition of the Daily Noontime! Here’s some quality news and headlines, enjoy! 

Headlines: 

Marshawn Lynch not only rushed for 100 yards on Monday against the St. Louis Rams, but also, he kept his consecutive touchdown streak intact, as the Seattle Seahawks won, 30-13.

* The Miami Dolphins officially fired head coach Tony Sparano on Monday, and also announced that the organization is looking for a young Don Shula.

* Despite being shown the door on Monday, former Kansas City Chiefs head coach Todd Haley is certain that he’ll return to the sidelines soon.

* On Monday, the former Boston Celtics guard Delonte West inked his name on a Dallas Mavericks contract that’s worth $1.8 million.

* Chauncey Billups found himself a new team for the upcoming season on Monday, as he officially joined the Los Angles Clippers.

* According to various reports, former Penn State assistant Jerry Sandusky waived his preliminary hearing.

Games to Watch: 

* Los Angles at Boston (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

* Detroit at Pittsburgh (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern 

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

Video of the Day: 

Here’s the great Bill Cosby talking about the one and only Tim Tebow, enjoy! 

Boston Celtics — 10 Games To Watch This Season

By Matt Noonan 

Now that the NBA Lockout is officially history, it’s time to list 10 games to watch this season for the Boston Celtics.

However, while we did provide a top-10 list earlier this year, we’ve decided to revamp it, and unleash our newest edition.

Here are the games I, (Matt Noonan) am very excited to watch, and hopefully you are too.

December 25, 2011 — Boston at New York: To commence the end of the NBA Lockout, the league has decided to kick-start their 66-game schedule with rematch of last year’s first round series between Boston and New York. However, who’ll be more motivated for this one — Rajon Rondo or Spike Lee?

December 27, 2011 — Boston at Miami: After the Celtics tangle with the Knicks, they’ll advance to Miami two days later for their first of four meetings, and certainly, it’ll be interesting to see how the defending Eastern Conference Champions play against the men dressed in green and white. Perhaps, they’ll still be distraught from losing the NBA Championship?

December 30, 2011 — Detroit at Boston: After spending a few days on the road, the Celtics will return to the TD Garden for their home opener, and who knows, maybe they’ll be undefeated or winless. Yet, either way, I am sure numerous Bostonians will be happy to see their favorite basketball team play against the Pistons, right?

January 11, 2012 — Dallas at Boston: The Champions are coming; the champions are coming, wahoo! Sorry, but I felt it was necessary to change Paul Revere’s words, so we can welcome the defending NBA Champions to the TD Garden.

January 13, 2012 — Chicago at Boston: The Bulls have always given the Celtics trouble over the past few seasons, but hopefully the lockout will help the aging legs of Kevin Garnett and Ray Allen.

January 23, 2012 — Orlando at Boston: January should be the Celtics month, especially since they have 11 home games and 5 road contests. One of those various home affairs is against Orlando, and it’s possible that Dwight Howard might not be sporting a Magic uniform on this particular date, especially if he’s traded to Los Angles prior to the start of the season.

February 9, 2012 — Los Angles Lakers at Boston: When was the last time the Lakers came to Boston on a Thursday? It always seems that the NBA schedules Boston-Los Angles games for Thursday’s, but either way, the legendary rivalry between the Celtics and Lakers will occur on this date, and you can bet it’ll be a fun one.

February 22, 2012 — Boston at Oklahoma City: Five of the last six games in February will be on the road, and certainly, this could be one of those games that doesn’t go the Celtics way.

March 11, 2012 — Boston at Los Angles Lakers: The Celtics will kick-off an eight game road trip against the Lakers, and certainly a win could go a long way for an aging club.

April 24, 2012 — Miami at Boston: The great LeBron James returns to the TD Garden for the second to last game of the season, but could this be the first of many trips for him and the Heat after this game concludes? We’ll see!

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