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FILE - This Sept. 10, 2010, filoe photo shows USA's Diana Taurasi driving to the basket while guarded by Australia's Laura Summerton, left,  during the second half of an exhibition basketball game,  in Hartford, Conn. The Turkish basketball federation says a stimulant used to counter excessive sleepiness was the banned substance Diana Taurasi tested positive for, leading to the WNBA standout's suspension from the pro team she's playing for in Turkey. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)
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FILE - This Sept. 10, 2010, filoe photo shows USA's Diana Taurasi driving to the basket while guarded by Australia's Laura Summerton, left, during the second half of an exhibition basketball game, in Hartford, Conn. The Turkish basketball federation says a stimulant used to counter excessive sleepiness was the banned substance Diana Taurasi tested positive for, leading to the WNBA standout's suspension from the pro team she's playing for in Turkey. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, File)

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