Your Top Plays for Today: AP's Sports Guide
--FIRE AT MEXICO ARENA FORCES CANCELLATION OF NBA GAME
Fire in the generator room causes smoke to billow into Mexico City arena, forcing Minnesota-San Antonio NBA game to be called off just before tip-off.
--MANCHESTER UNITED LOSE AT HOME TO HEAP PRESSURE ON MOYES
Pressure grows on Manchester United manager David Moyes as the Red Devils are beaten at home by his former club Everton, drifting further back in the EPL title race.
--VONN DECLARES KNEE IS GOOD IN RETURN TO TRAINING
Lindsey Vonn declares her knee is stable following sequence of injuries as she returns to the slopes with a World Cup training run.
--LUNDQVIST SIGNS RICH DEAL TO STAY AT NY RANGERS
New York Rangers goaltender Henrik Lundqvist signs a seven-year contract extension worth $59.5 million.
--DE LA HOYA, TRINIDAD INTO BOXING HALL OF FAME
The 'Golden Boy' Oscar De La Hoya and his former rival Felix Trinidad are among the new inductees to boxing's Hall of Fame.
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