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Lynx beat Sparks, Augustus sets scoring mark

The Lynx ripped the L.A. Sparks 88-77 in a battle of the top two Western Conference teams Tuesday night at Target Center. Seimone Augustus scored 23 points to lead Minnesota, and in doing so she set the record for most points in franchise history. Maya Moore also scored 23 points.
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The Lynx ripped the L.A. Sparks 88-77 in a battle of the top two Western Conference teams Tuesday night at Target Center. Seimone Augustus scored 23 points to lead Minnesota, and in doing so she set the record for most points in franchise history. Maya Moore also scored 23 points.

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