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Maya Moore's 32 points push Lynx to victory over Tulsa Shock

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Maya Moore is on fire with seven straight games in a row scoring more than 20 points, leading the Lynx to a 79-72 win Sunday over the Tulsa Shock.

Moore had a double-double with 32 points, 10 rebounds and five assists, according to the Associated Press.

Tulsa had a seven-point lead at halftime, but the Lynx came back in the second half and hit the first 11 points.

Minnesota is now 12-3 and on a four-game winning streak.

Next up, the Lynx host the Connecticut Sun at noon Wednesday at Target Center. They're hosting a skyway pre-game with donuts starting at 7:30 a.m.

Seimone Augustus and Monica Wright are both out indefinitely recovering from knee surgery.

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