In 2010 Taurasi played for Turkish Champion Fenerbahçe , helping the team to repeat winning the national league. On December 24, 2010, Taurasi's lawyers revealed that she had tested positive for a mild stimulant; according to her lawyer, Howard Jacobs , the positive test came from an "A" sample, and that testing had been requested on a second "B" sample. Jacobs also was quick to point out that the substance Taurasi tested positive for "was not a steroid or recreational drug." Until the "B" sample could be tested, Taurasi was provisionally suspended from the Turkish league.  In a statement, the Turkish basketball association revealed that the WADA -list banned substance was modafinil .  On February 16, 2011, Diana Taurasi was finally cleared of doping allegations. ABC News indicated Taurasi was absolved from all doping allegations and could rejoin her Istanbul team following the retraction of the Turkish laboratory on its earlier finding on the former UConn star’s urine samples. 
Motown decided to issue the long-awaited Diana & Marvin album in 1973. Assured that the album would be a success, Motown billed it with Diana Ross' name in front of Gaye's. Gaye recalled he smirked and chuckled at the decision. Despite a huge promotional push, the album was only a modest success in the . reaching number 26 on the Billboard 200 and number 7 on the R&B albums chart, selling over 500,000 copies in America. In the United Kingdom , where Gaye and Ross had substantial fan bases, reaching number 6 on the UK albums chart and was certified Gold for sales in excess of 100,000 copies. In the ., Motown issued three singles - " You're a Special Part of Me ", which became a medium-sized hit for the duo, reaching number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number 4 on the R&B chart; " My Mistake (Was to Love You) ", which also became a medium-sized hit reaching number 19 on the Hot 100 and number 15 on the R&B chart, and the cover of "Don't Knock My Love", released in mid-1974, reaching as high as number 46 on the Hot 100 and number 25 on the R&B chart, also giving the duo a #1 hit in Brazil. In the UK, two singles were released and they were both covers of Stylistics songs.  The first, " Stop, Look, Listen (To Your Heart) ", reached number 25 there (the original Stylistics single failed to chart there), while the second, " You Are Everything ", became a smash reaching number 5. Ross and Gaye would later record two more songs together in 1978: the Berry Gordy Sr. tribute song, " Pops, We Love You (A Tribute to Father) " and "I'll Keep My Light in My Window", both songs they recorded in the studio together.