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Pat Summitt smiled, laughed and shook her head at times.
Brittney Griner keeps piling up the accolades.
Tennessee's Holly Warlick insists she doesn't feel much pressure replacing one of the greatest figures in the history of women's basketball.
Jasmine Thomas shook her head as she talked about the first time the Mystics and the Sparks met this season.
Alana Beard was the cornerstone of the franchise in six of her eight seasons in Washington. A four-time All-Star and one of the league's marquee players, her time with the Mystics came to an unfulfilling end last offseason when she left as a free agent and joined the Los Angeles Sparks.
Expected to dominate, they did.
Diana Taurasi scored 15 points and Candace Parker added 12 to lead the U.S. women to a 91-48 rout of Canada on Tuesday and advanced to the semifinals for the eighth straight time.
Tina Charles and Candace Parker each had double-doubles and Angel McCoughtry provided a spark off the bench to help the U.S. women's team overcome a sloppy performance Saturday to beat Croatia 81-56 in their Olympic opener.
All-Star Candace Parker plans to stay with the new-look Los Angeles Sparks.