By Matt Noonan | @NoontimeSports
It’s Monday – how was your weekend?
Hopefully, you were able to get outside on Saturday and found a good movie (or two) to watch yesterday while it rained.
Today, it appears to be a bit gloomy outside my window, but hopefully, a brand new ‘Daily Noontime’ can brighten the day (and your spirit!).
Noontime’s Headlines for Monday, March 30th, 2020
- Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart tweeted that he is “Corona Free,” which is great news.
- If the NBA does not return, how would you remember the 2019-20 season? The good folks from both CLNS Media and Celtics Blog have some thoughts.
- Tom Brady may be the newest member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers but he didn’t seem too nervous (or concerned) re-watching his team’s Super Bowl comeback against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
- Boston Celtics rookie Tacko Fall appeared on “60 Minutes” last night – he shared his “experience being recruited out of Africa at the age of 16.”
- Former Boston Red Sox manager Bobby Valentine seems excited about Sacred Heart building a $60 million, 4,000-seat arena for his men’s and women’s ice hockey programs.
- The Boston Red Sox capped their weekend with a heartbreaking extra-inning setback to the Toronto Blue Jays in a simulation, which was seen on Over The Monster (SB Nation).
On this Date in History
- 1975: Ron Lalonde becomes the first Washington Capital to record a hat trick.
- 1991: Northern Michigan win its first NCAA hockey title. The Wildcats beat Boston University, 8-7, in triple-overtime.
- 2001: Michael Phelps breaks the 200m butterfly world record at the US World Championship trials at Austin, Texas.