Your Top Plays for Today
The Associated Press
Jun. 24, 2014
Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide
BRAZIL AND MEXICO INTO KNOCKOUT ROUND AT WORLD CUP
Brazil and Mexico both win to set up round-of-16 clashes with Chile, Netherlands respectively at World Cup.
ANDY MURRAY CRUISES THROUGH START OF WIMBLEDON TITLE DEFENSE
Andy Murray wins in straight sets in opening round of his Wimbledon title defense while Novak Djokovic puts in an ominously strong performance.
US WOMEN'S GOALKEEPER HOPE SOLO ON DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGE
US women's team goalkeeper Hope Solo charged over domestic violence at sister's house.
ORIOLES' DAVIS BENCHED, RESPONDS WITH GAME-WINNING HOMER
Benched due to a form slump, Chris Davis is brought in as a pinch-hitter and clubs a dramatic three-run homer to lift Baltimore Orioles to win over Chicago White Sox.
DUNCAN TO RETURN FOR SPURS
Tim Duncan resists temptation to retire on a title-winning high, and at age 38 signs up for another season with San Antonio.