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Delle Donne still reigns in Delaware

Fans at The Bob chanted E-D-D as lively as U-S-A on Wednesday as the U.S. women's basketball team -- which heads to Rio in pursuit of a sixth straight gold medal -- beat France in an exhibition.

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U.S. women reflect on 'Melo town hall meeting

Seimone Augustus grew up in Louisiana, not far from where Alton Sterling was shot this month. She knows that could have easily been someone she knew.

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Moore, Olympic team withstand U.S. select

Maya Moore hit four free throws in the final 40 seconds to help the U.S. women's Olympic basketball team survive a stiff test from a U.S. select team with an 88-84 victory Monday night.

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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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Delle Donne sinks it over Stewart for the win (0:44)
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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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12dMirin Fader

Former USC hoops star finds new love

She's among the all-time assists leaders at USC, and after enduring the heartache of her hoops career ending and the pain of two major injuries, Jamie Hagiya will compete in the CrossFit Games.

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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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21dMechelle Voepel

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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That's not ancient history. That was 1974. I was 9. Just one of so many examples of how far we've come, and why tonight was significant.

Mechelle Voepel @MechelleV

Until Equal Opportunity Credit Act, many companies *required* married women get credit cards in husband's name, denied single women credit.

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Seimone Augustus grew up in Baton Rouge. For her, the recent shootings could have involved someone she knew: es.pn/2aA3rMJ