Lynx coach Reeve fined for tantrum in Game 2 of Finals

After an outburst on the sideline in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals at Target Center, Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve received two fines. Lynx center Taj McWilliams-Franklin says Reeve wasn't out of control, the meltdown was a calculated effort to amp up the team and crowd.
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After an outburst on the sideline in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals at Target Center, Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve received two fines.

Reeve flipped out in the third quarter over a technical foul:

Reeve, Indiana coach Lin Dunn and Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen will pay undisclosed fines for technical fouls they received in the second half, the Star Tribune reports.

Lynx center Taj McWilliams-Franklin says Reeve wasn't out of control, the meltdown was a calculated effort to amp up the team and crowd.

Dunn tells the Associated Press Reeve should have received a second technical foul and tossed from the game.

Minnesota is 1-1 with Indiana going into Game 3 of the Finals. The Fever have home court advantage Friday night in Indianapolis.

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