Connecticut's Kara Lawson cut to the chase in regard to what it will be like for the returning Olympians to get back in the swing of things when the WNBA resumes Thursday.
"Players have an easy time separating; I don't think it's that difficult," Lawson said of the transition from international play to the league. "You do what you're supposed to do, and all the emotions are positive. It's not like there's negative emotions coming back. They're excited and ready to go."