Your Top Plays for Today
The Associated Press
Nov. 10, 2014
Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide
--KAEPERNICK HITS DESPERATE PASS AND BROOKS GETS REDEMPTION AS NINERS DOWN SAINTS 27-24 IN OT
Colin Kaepernick completed a 51-yard pass on the fourth down to sustain a tying drive, Ahmad Brooks sacked and stripped Drew Brees in overtime, and Phil Dawson kicked a 35-yard field goal to cap the San Francisco 49ers' stirring 27-24 victory over New Orleans.
--ARSENAL STUMBLES AGAIN, JUVENTUS CRUISES TO A 7-0 WIN AND PSG BEATS BITTER RIVAL MARSEILLE 2-0
Arsenal was left to rue its defensive vulnerabilities for the second time in a week after again failing to defend a lead in a 2-1 away loss to Swansea.
--ROSBERG HOLDS OFF HAMILTON TO WIN BRAZILIAN GP AND MOVE CLOSER TO TEAMMATE IN F1 TITLE RACE
A week after seeing Lewis Hamilton overtake him to win the United States Grand Prix, Nico Rosberg fended off another strong challenge by his Mercedes teammate to secure the victory at the Brazilian GP and close in on his rival in the Formula One title race.
--THOMAS SCORES 22, SUNS RALLY TO HAND WARRIORS FIRST LOSS, 107-95
Isaiah Thomas scored 15 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Phoenix Suns to a come-from-behind 107-95 victory over the Golden State Warriors, leaving the NBA with no unbeaten teams.
-FEDERER AVENGES LOSS TO RAONIC; KEI NISHIKORI BEATS ANDY MURRAY IN STRAIGHT SETS AT ATP FINALS
Roger Federer tamed Milos Raonic 6-1, 7-6 (0) in his opening round-robin match at the ATP Finals after Kei Nishikori started his maiden campaign at the season-ending tournament with a win.