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Called unpatriotic by some and lauded for a smart business move by others, Becky Hammon's decision to suit up for Russia in the Beijing Olympics has spurred plenty of opinion. On "Outside the Lines" (Sunday on ESPN at 9:30 a.m. ET and reaired at noon ET on ESPNEWS), Mark Schwarz examines Hammon's controversial move.
|Becky Hammon says she's neither unpatriotic nor turning her back on the United States. "Nobody would love to play for their country more than me," she said. "[USA Basketball] had an idea of what they wanted, and it wasn't me. You go where you're wanted."|
|Born in South Dakota, Becky Hammon starred at Colorado State, developed into an All-Star for New York after going undrafted, and then was the MVP runner-up in San Antonio last season.|