Minnesota is celebrating its first national sports championship since the Twins won the World Series in 1991. The Lynx will march down Nicollet Avenue starting at 11:30 a.m., then celebrate with a special program for fans at Target Center at 12:15 p.m.
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Lynx sweep Dream for WNBA crown
The Minnesota Lynx defeated the Atlanta Dream, 73-67, to win their first-ever WNBA Championship Friday night. It's also the first professional sports title in Minnesota since the Twins won the World Series in 1991. Seimone Augustus led the Lynx with 16-points and Maya Moore added 15.
Anticipation builds as Lynx await their championship opponent
The Minnesota Lynx are waiting to see who their opponent will be for the WNBA championship series. The winner of the Atlanta-Indiana game Tuesday night will go on to the finals. The Lynx locked down their first trip to the championship with a decisive 103-86 win over Phoenix Sunday.
Parade honoring WNBA champion Lynx set for Tuesday
A rally will follow at the Target Center. The Lynx defeated the Atlanta Dream, 73-67, to win their first-ever title on Friday. It’s also the first professional sports title in Minnesota since the Twins won the World Series in 1991.
Lynx will face Atlanta Dream in WNBA Finals
The Minnesota Lynx will face the Atlanta Dream in the WNBA Finals. The Dream defeated Indiana 83-67 Tuesday night to advance to the championship series. The Lynx beat Atlanta by 11-points in both regular season match-ups. Game one is Sunday at Target Center.
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