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Lynx looking to rebound before playoffs

The reigning WNBA champions are hoping to make a comeback after last night's loss to Los Angeles, 92-76. It shouldn't be a problem for the Lynx as they face off against last-place Phoenix Friday night. Minnesota has won six straight against the Mercury.
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The reigning WNBA champions are hoping to make a comeback after last night's loss to Los Angeles, 92-76.

It shouldn't be a problem for the Lynx, the Associated Press reports, as they face off against last-place Phoenix Friday night. Minnesota has won six straight against the Mercury.

After Friday night's game , the Lynx have one more regular season game against San Antonio before facing Seattle in the first round of the playoffs.

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