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Lynx star Moore scores 60 in win for Chinese basketball team

Lynx star Maya Moore is making a big name for herself in the WNBA off-season with the Chinese Women's Basketball Association. Moore scored 60 points Saturday in Shanxi Xing Rue's 91-88 overtime win over Yunnan.
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Lynx star Maya Moore is making a big name for herself in the WNBA off-season with the Chinese Women's Basketball Association.

Moore scored 60 points Saturday in Shanxi Xing Rue's 91-88 overtime win over Yunnan, the Star Tribune reported.

The 6-foot Moore has averaged nearly 44 points and 15 rebounds a game in her first three games for Shanxi.

Moore and the Lynx fell short in the team's bid to repeat as WNBA champions, losing the championship series to Indiana Fever.

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