Your Top Plays for Today
The Associated Press
Nov. 14, 2014
Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide
MAVERICKS BEAT SIXERS BY 53 POINTS IN BIGGEST EVER WIN
The Dallas Mavericks record their biggest-ever win, beat the winless Philadelphia 76ers 123-70.
FIFA UNDER FIRE OVER WORLD CUP CORRUPTION PROBE
FIFA clears Russia and Qatar of corruption in successful bids for World Cups, but comes under fire by the lead investigator and refuses to release some details of the probe.
KERSHAW, TROUT WIN MLB'S MVP AWARDS
Clayton Kershaw of the L.A. Dodgers becomes the first pitcher in 46 years to win the National League MVP award, while Mike Trout of the crosstown Angels takes the American League award.
FEDERER THRASHES MURRAY 6-0, 6-1 AT ATP FINALS
Roger Federer blows away Andy Murray 6-0, 6-1 at ATP Finals, handing the Scot his worst loss in seven years.
DALY SUGGESTS MICKELSON, WOODS AS RYDER CUP CAPTAINS
John Daly suggests Phil Mickelson or Tiger Woods as captain to cure America's Ryder Cup woes.