Countdown to London: Maya Moore talks Olympic gold

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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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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