In this May 31 file photo, Phoenix Mercury’s Diana Taurasi drives past Connecticut Sun’s Camille Little (2) and Kelsey Bone (3) to score during the second half of a WNBA basketball game in Phoenix. With nine players, including Taurasi, returning from the London Games, the U.S. is a heavy favorite to win another gold medal in Rio.
In this May 31 file photo, Phoenix Mercury’s Diana Taurasi drives past Connecticut Sun’s Camille Little (2) and Kelsey Bone (3) to score during the second half of a WNBA basketball game in Phoenix. With nine players, including Taurasi, returning from the London Games, the U.S. is a heavy favorite to win another gold medal in Rio. Ross D. Franklin AP
In this May 31 file photo, Phoenix Mercury’s Diana Taurasi drives past Connecticut Sun’s Camille Little (2) and Kelsey Bone (3) to score during the second half of a WNBA basketball game in Phoenix. With nine players, including Taurasi, returning from the London Games, the U.S. is a heavy favorite to win another gold medal in Rio. Ross D. Franklin AP

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