Lynx beat Mercury to reach first WNBA finals

After sweeping the Mercury in the Western Conference, the Lynx now await the winner of the Indiana-Atlanta series that will be decided Tuesday night. The final series begins next week at the Target Center.
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After sweeping the Mercury in the Western Conference, the Lynx now await the winner of the Indiana-Atlanta series that will be decided Tuesday night. The final series begins next week at the Target Center.

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