Your Top Plays for Today
The Associated Press
Feb. 04, 2015
Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide
--WARRIORS RIDE HOT FIRST-HALF STRETCH TO BEAT KINGS, 121-96
Stephen Curry had 23 points and nine assists as the Golden State Warriors rode a 23-0 spurt in the first half to beat the Sacramento Kings 121-96.
--SABRES END RECORD 14-GAME SKID WITH 3-2 WIN OVER CANADIENS
Brian Gionta and the Buffalo Sabres ended their 14-game losing streak — the longest in team history — by beating the Montreal Canadiens 3-2.'
--MAN UNITED BEATS 4TH TIER CAMBRIDGE IN FA CUP REPLAY
Manchester United overcame fourth-tier Cambridge in an FA Cup replay, winning 3-0 less than two weeks after a humbling 0-0 draw.
--FIDEL CASTRO SON GETS ROLE IN BASEBALL-SOFTBALL OLYMPIC BID
A son of Fidel Castro and a prominent Washington, D.C.-based attorney will help campaign for the return of baseball and softball in the Olympics.
--FERRARI IN OPTIMISTIC MOOD AFTER STRONG START TO TESTING
The pre-season signs are encouraging so far for a Ferrari team reeling from a terrible year in 2014, when poor results went hand-in-hand with internal disputes.