Lynx face Indiana in WNBA Finals

The Minnesota Lynx and the Indiana Fever play game one of the finals on Sunday at the Target Center. After an 87-71 win over the Connecticut Sun Thursday, Indiana is the team to beat for a second WNBA championship title.
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The Minnesota Lynx and the Indiana Fever play game one of the finals on Sunday at the Target Center. After an 87-71 win over the Connecticut Sun Thursday, Indiana is the team to beat for a second WNBA championship title.

The Minnesota Vikings are supporting the Lynx by purchasing 500 upper-level tickets for Sunday's game. The Star Tribune reports tickets are selling well but lower bowl seats are still available. Last year, the two home games of the WNBA finals drew more than 15,000 fans.

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