WNBA Rookie of the Year Maya Moore of the Lynx takes a look ahead to the Olympics in London and her expectations for bring back some USA gold.
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After 11 days of competition at the London Olympics, the United States sits in second place of the overall medal count with a total of 63. U.S. athletes have won 29 gold, 15 silver and 19 bronze. China remains in first place with 64 medals, 31 of which are gold.
The Minnesota Lynx are sending more than their fair share to the London Olympics as part of the Team USA basketball squad -- Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus and Lindsay Whalen. The Associated Press writes in a profile of the three players that the Lynx have taken over the WNBA. Now they're looking to conquer the world.