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In this photo provided by USA Basketball, U.S. women's basketball player Maya Moore studies between games during the women's world basketball championship on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010, in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Moore, a sports media and promotion major at UConn, is the lone college player on the American team and will have missed three weeks of school to play in the tournament. (AP Photo/USA Basketball)

In this photo provided by USA Basketball, U.S. women's basketball player Maya Moore studies between games during the women's world basketball championship on Sunday, Sept. 26, 2010, in Ostrava, Czech Republic. Moore, a sports media and promotion major at UConn, is the lone college player on the American team and will have missed three weeks of school to play in the tournament. (AP Photo/USA Basketball)

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