Sports, Entertainment & Direct TV

Paramount Pictures has floated the possibility of a fourth “Godfather” film. Francis Ford Coppola says there was talks about a 4th installment years ago but it all stopped when writer Mario Puzo died in 1999. Well they must need the money because it sounds like they already have a plot focused on Vincent in the “present day” and returned to Vito and Sonny back in the 30s.

Don’t know how much it was but the Denver Broncos have fined all 4 quarterbacks that were ineligible

In last Sundays beat down by the Saints. The league could impose further fines and even loss of draft picks.

LeBron James signed a 2 year $85million extension to stay a Laker. Why wouldn’t he? The Lakers are odds on favorites to repeat as NBA Champions.

Yesterday we told you what the NBA had planned for its Christmas slate and today we are telling you what games will kick off the season.

The NBA announced its national TV schedule for opening night—Wednesday, Dec. 22.  

Warriors open the season by traveling to Brooklyn to face the Nets, The second game will feature Lebron and the Lakers taking on the Clippers. Both games will be on TNT.


Time now for the Masked Singer recap.

Sent packing last night in the Fox singing competition

“Popcorn” – Taylor Dayne

“Jellyfish” – Chloe Kim Olympic snowboarder

“Seahorse” – Tori Kelly grammy winner and former contestant on American Idol

The finals of the masked singer will happen on Wednesday Dec. 16.

Following the Steelers, Ravens on NBC last night was The star-studded celebration, “Christmas In Rockefeller Center” last night on NBC. The show featured performances by Kelly Clarkson, Tori Kelly, Gwen Stefani, Dan + Shay and more. The Rockefeller tree was also lit, and the Radio City Rockettes performed. Subscribers upset by missing either could call Direct TV and file your complaint or ask for a discount by calling 1-877-808-1615

A new study has found a cool  way to lose weight this holiday season. Finding  that “cold ambient temperatures” encourage the body to naturally produce more vitamin A, which helps it convert white fat (the “bad” kind) into brown fat (the “good” kind). When this happens, your body burns more energy than it stores as fat, so get outside and feel that cold air.

Five moms in Florida just broke the record for something most of us try our best to avoid. Katie Wells and her crew set the Guinness World Record for “the farthest distance traveled by walking barefoot on LEGO bricks by a relay team in one hour.” They walked the required 328 laps and had very sore feet, but they are now world champs. they did it – on 200-pounds of Legos, at 12 seconds per lap with each mom walking about 12 minutes to cover at least 20 laps, as set by the official world record guideline.

Holyfield really wants to fight:

Upon seeing the Tyson vs. Jones fight, Evander Holyfield’s camp says they had been trying to make a fight with Tyson happen, but all they heard back were “excuses.” After seeing the Tyson/Jones bout, Holyfield now thinks he knows why…Tyson needed a tune-up fight. In a press release Holyfield said there’s only one fight people really wants to see, and it’s clear he’s ready to go and there’s “absolutely no reason” that it shouldn’t happen. Your move, Iron Mike! Holyfield is 58, Tyson is 54. Why does Evander Holyfield still have a camp?

Today is Thursday, December 3, 2020

Today in

Sports History

1961 – George Blanda (Houston Oilers) kicked a 55-yard field goal. He was 34. George Blanda played in the NFL until he was 48.

1988 – Barry Sanders of Oklahoma State University won the Heisman Trophy. 

1991 – Hulk Hogan won his fourth WWF championship when he defeated Undertaker. 

Today in Music 

1991 – Alan Freed received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Freed was a DJ in Northeast Ohio and coined the term “Rock & Roll!” He graduated from Salem High School and attended The Ohio State University.

Celebrating Birthdays today

Ozzy Osbourne is 72

Olympic skater Katarina Witt is 55 (FAST FACTS: Witt won two Olympic gold medals)

Montell Jordan – 52 “This is how we do it”