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Daily Noontime – January 12, 2011

Happy Wednesday and for all of us in the Northeast, Happy Snow Day! While the weather outside is frightful, Noontime Sports will be just delightful by warming everyone up with our Daily Noontime for Wednesday January 12, 2011, so enjoy!

Headlines:

* It may be unlikely, but could former Celtics forward Rasheed Wallace really be on his way back to Boston? We will find out!

* New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees has now decided to forget his teams first round playoff loss to the Seattle Seahawks and decided to focus on the NFL’s CBA.

* It is official, the Carolina Panthers have named former San Diego Chargers defensive coordinator Ron Rivera their new head coach.

* MLB closer Trevor Hoffman has officially decided to hang up his cleats and retire, boy will he missed!

* The commissioner of the MLB, Bud Selig, has confirmed that there won’t be an expanded playoff system in 2011.

* Despite being not allowed at the BCS National Championship, Cecil Newton was in attendance for the game Monday to watch Cam Newton lead the Auburn Tigers to victory.

* LeBron James decided that it was necessary to use Twitter to tweet something awful about his former team, the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday when they were losing badly to the L.A. Lakers.

Games to Watch:

* Pittsburgh at Montreal (NHL) – 7:30pm eastern

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

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

* New York Knicks at Utah (NBA) – 9:00pm eastern

Video to Watch:

Boy sports anchoring can be tough, especially when you have a closer like Trevor Hoffman.


Daily Noontime – January 3, 2011

Happy New Year from Noontime Sports and welcome one and all to another work week! Lets get it started the right way with our Daily Noontime for Monday January 3, 2011, have a great day!

* The New England Patriots finished their season [14-2] for the third time in eight seasons, as they knocked off the Miami Dolphins at home on Sunday, 38-7.

* Patriots running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis finished the season with more than 1,000 yards rushing in a season, which is certainly a milestone that should be cherished.

* With the 2010 regular season coming to a close and only 12 teams remaining in the playoffs, is it fair to say that we have seen the last of quarterback Brett Favre?

* So the Seattle Seahawks will take their gaudy [7-9] record into the post season this weekend, but do they deserve to be in the tournament?

* Apparently Los Angles Lakers head coach Phil Jackson is not happy or seems upset with his star player, Kobe Bryant.

* Former Boston Red Sox Adrian Beltre has yet to find a home for the 2011 MLB season, but could Texas be really intrigued in his services?

Games to Watch:

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

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

* #4 Stanford at #13 Virginia Tech (NCAA Football) (Orange Bowl) – 8:30pm eastern

* Houston at Denver (NBA) – 9:00pm eastern

* Chicago at Los Angles (NHL) – 9:00pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Paul Pierce showed off his vertical jump on Sunday evening Toronto and this is pretty impressive!


Daily Noontime – December 7, 2010

Happy Tuesday everyone and welcome to Noontime Sports! It is time to get ready to roll out the Daily Noontime for December 7, 2010, so enjoy and be good!

Headlines:

* The New York Jets and head coach Rex Ryan appeared dumbfounded, as they lost to the New England Patriots, 45-3.

* The NFL continues to focus on concussions in the league, but also, with young children too.

* Former New York Giant, Lawrence Taylor is seeking a dismissal from his rape case.

* Following the Patriots monday win against the their rival, the Jets, this particular win could pose as a possible season breakdown for “Gang Green.”

* L.A. Lakers guard, Kobe Bryant, will have his high school gymnasium named after him.

* The NHL Winter Classic is still a few weeks away, but HBO is getting everyone excited for the Pittsburgh Penguins vs. Washington Capitals.

* Could the San Diego Chargers be the team to move to Los Angles? It is certainly possible.

* Cam Newton of Auburn, still remains in the running for the Heisman Trophy, but will he be the one to win it?

Games to Watch:

* Ottawa at Montreal (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

* #14 Memphis at #4 Kansas (NCAA Men’s BB) – 7:00pm eastern

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

* Phoenix at Portland (NBA) – 10:00pm eastern

Video of the Day:

The NFL lost a great member of their league and member of the media, Don Meredith on Monday, so here is a great video profiling the man who we all enjoyed watching.


Daily Noontime – December 2, 2010

Happy Thursday morning/day to everyone from Noontime Sports. With the weekend upon us, lets make today a great day and without further ado, here is our Daily Noontime for Thursday December 2, 2010!

Headlines:

* Auburn quarterback Cam Newton may now be off the hot seat, but his father, Cecil Newton may not.

* Minnesota Vikings quarterback Brett Favre continues to remain silent, but also, little information seems to be revealed about his scandal as a member of the New York Jets.

* Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs believes the NFL favors Tom Brady and Peyton Manning by giving them special treatment.

* Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker James Harrison knows that his team is behind him, especially since they are not at all happy with his multiple fines.

* Are the Cleveland fans ready to welcome back LeBron James to his home? We shall see!

* It was a big night in the NHL, as the Boston Bruins blanked the Philadelphia Flyers, 3-0. Goaltender Tim Thomas added another win to his record this season.

* The Los Angles Lakers continues to struggle and lose their fourth game of the season.

Games to Watch:

* Tampa Bay at Boston (NHL) – 7:00pm eastern

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

* Arizona State at #23 Arizona (NCAA FB) – 8:00pm eastern

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

* Phoenix at Golden State (NBA) – 10:30pm eastern

Video of the Day:

Look who is back in Cleveland on Thursday…


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