All summer long, Mountain Dew will Kickstart your morning with the top stories in sports. Here are the biggest headlines for June 24, 2013.

Weekend's Top Photo

Ken Duke celebrates following the second playoff at the 18th hole to beat Chris Stroud during the final round of the 2013 Travelers Championship. (Photo by Jared Wickerham/Getty Images)

 

What people are talking about this morning:

44-year-old Ken Duke won his first ever PGA Tour tournament on Sunday after he birdied the second hole of a sudden death playoff at the Travelers Championship. (PGA Tour)

Doc Rivers has left the Boston Celtics for the sunshine of LA. Rivers will take over the Clippers and the Celtics receive a first round pick in return. (Boston.com)

Wimbledon has gotten underway on the grass courts of the All England Club and 3rd seed Roger Federer has opened with a straight-sets victory. (ESPN.com)

Martin Truex, Jr. snapped a 218-race winless streak by taking the checkered flag at Sonoma. (USA Today)

 

Get started on tonight:

Mississippi State has a chance to add to the SEC's list of national champions beginning tonight. The Bulldogs begin a best-of-three series against UCLA in the College World Series with the winner crowned champion. (Clarion-Ledger)

The Stanley Cup Final returns to Boston one last time for Game 6 with the Blackhawks one win away from hoisting the Cup. (CBS Sports)