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UConn contingent carries U.S. women past Canada

Whether you're a UConn fan, there's no denying that Huskies players regularly deliver the goods. Back "home" Friday, five former UConn stars started -- and set the tone -- for USA Basketball.

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The rise of Nneka Ogwumike

Sparks forward Nneka Ogwumike is having an out-of-this-world breakout season -- one FiveThirtyEight says ranks as one of the greatest single-season performances in WNBA history.

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Taurasi, U.S. women overwhelm Canada in rout

Diana Taurasi, with 14 points, was one of five UConn alumni to start for the U.S. women's basketball team in its 83-43 victory over Canada on Friday night in an exhibition game.

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Team USA begins the quest for a gold medal (1:45)
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Tina Charles on WNBA's change of mind: 'That's only phase one' (1:09)
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Hill: No credit for WNBA for rescinding fines (1:41)
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Catchings' farewell (2:26)
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Lauren Jackson's lasting legacy honored in Seattle (1:48)
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Sexton Collier: Summitt lived for more than herself (2:04)
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Pat Summitt Celebration

Ryan McGee hosts TV's special on Pat Summitt celebrating her life. Holly Rowe joins Ryan after attending the celebration.

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Peyton Manning on his unending friendship with Pat Summitt (2:22)
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Billie Jean King pays tribute Pat Summitt at the ESPYS (0:42)
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Full coverage: Remembering Pat Summitt

She was one of sports' most accomplished figures but also universally beloved. To say there will never be anyone like Pat Summitt is not hyperbole.

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Can anyone stop New York's Charles?

She's a two-time NCAA champ and an Olympic gold medalist, and she's making a strong case for her second MVP award. How does Tina Charles keep getting better? Simple: She works very hard.

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5 ways to carry on Summitt's legacy

The way Pat Summitt lived every day was as awe-inspiring as her career record, and you could do no better than to follow her lead. Here are five things we can try to do to keep her spirit alive.

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