Saturday, the U.S. women will begin their quest with a game against Croatia. Moore will be one of five first-time Olympians on the U.S. squad. But she’s hardly fazed by high-pressure games such as the ones in which she’ll play during the next couple of weeks. She knows exactly what she wants. And usually, she’s been successful at getting it.
“We’re hungry,” national team member Angel McCoughtry said. “We want the gold. We want to the experience, to see what it feels like.”
Moore is starving.
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