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By DOUG FEINBERG AP Basketball Writer DENVER -- The U.S. women's basketball team headed to the London Olympics this summer will have a familiar feel for coach Geno Auriemma. Five former UConn Huskies -- Sue Bird, Diana Taurasi, Swin Cash, Maya Moore and Tina Charles -- are on the team announced Friday. And all five helped the U.S. qualify for the Olympics by playing on the 2010 world championship team that won the gold medal. "It's special because in 2010 when we won the world championship, that was a special team," said Cash, who won a gold medal in the 2004 Olympics but missed the 2008 Games because of injury. "We had great chemistry and obviously coach and his staff was a big part of that. He just makes it fun and enjoyable. So, I'm looking forward to finishing off my USA Basketball career with one of the coaches who helped get me here, from pushing me in college all those years and really giving me encouragement after that." While Bird, Taurasi and Cash already have won Olym...

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