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Team USA begins training for 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

Earlier this month, coach Dawn Staley brought the USA Basketball women's national team pool together for a training camp in California.

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SportsCenter: #espnWtop10.

Relive the top 10 plays of the week in women's sports around the world.

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Becky Hammon and the NBA

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Hammon calls coaching team 'amazing opportunity.'

Spurs assistant coach Becky Hammon discusses leading the team during the first half of Sunday's game against the Nuggets and how Gregg Popovich focuses on teaching.

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Fowles took last year's loss 'all the way to China.'

WNBA Finals MVP Sylvia Fowles reflects on the difference of losing Game 5 last year to hoisting the championship this season.

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WNBA Finals Game 5

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Lynx capture 4th WNBA title in 7 years.

The Lynx feed off the Sparks in Game 5 of the WNBA finals to win 85-76 and capture their fourth title since 2011.

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Whalen credits joy of the game for victory.

Lindsay Whalen discuses what the team did all season and how they won the game tonight to win the WNBA title.

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Whalen's behind- the -back pass leads to Moore's jumper.

Lindsay Whalen uses the fancy pass and it leads to a Maya Moore jump shot.

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Moore's shot seals championship.

Maya Moore drives and makes the floater to clinch the WNBA title for the Minnesota Lynx.

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Great hustle by the Lynx leads to Fowles' and-1.

Lindsay Whalen dives on the floor, passes it to Sylvia Fowles who makes the shot and gets fouled just ahead to beat the shot clock.

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Brunson, Lynx celebrate 4th title.

Minnesota Lynx cap off their season with a victory over the Los Angles Spark to capture their fourth WNBA title since 2011.

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WNBA Finals Game 4

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Lynx force Game 5 with road win in LA.

Sylvia Fowles scores 22 points and grabs 14 rebounds as the Lynx beat the Sparks 80-69 to force a decisive Game 5 in the WNBA Finals.

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WNBA Finals Game 3

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Parker credits defense for Sparks' Game 3 win.

After filling the stat sheet for Los Angeles in Game 3, Candace Parker joins SC with her daughter, Lailaa, to talk about the Sparks' win over the Lynx in the WNBA Finals.

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Sparks a win away from repeating.

Candace Parker dominates on both sides of the floor and Nneka Ogwumike records a double-double in Los Angeles' 75-64 win over Minnesota, giving the Sparks a 2-1 lead in the WNBA Finals.

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Auriemma showing commitment to state education.

Kate Fagan is impressed by Geno Auriemma's offer to forgo his salary to help the state of Connecticut.

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MVP award means 'everything' to Fowles.

After winning the WNBA MVP award, Sylvia Fowles joins SC6 to explain how this compares to all the other feats in her storied career.

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Fowles' extremely emotional MVP speech.

Sylvia Fowles of the Minnesota Lynx breaks down into tears and she accepts the 2017 WNBA MVP award.

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Ogwumike, Sparks inspired after D.C. museum visit.

LA Sparks players discuss the powerful impact their visit to the National Museum of African American History and Culture in D.C. had on their lives.

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Bird breaks the WNBA all-time assist record.

Sue Bird collects her 2,600th career assist against Washington, passing Ticha Penicheiro, who previously held the record with 2,599 assists.

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