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Whalen, Moore in SportsCenter Spotlight

Minnesota Lynx stars Lindsay Whalen and Maya Moore started their Olympic break by answering tough questions and shooting baskets on the SportsCenter Spotlight. Both players are hoping to lead the U.S. Women's team to the gold medal in London.
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Minnesota Lynx stars Lindsay Whalen and Maya Moore started their Olympic break by answering tough questions and shooting baskets on the SportsCenter Spotlight. Both players are hoping to lead the U.S. Women's team to the gold medal in London.

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