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New breed of Lynx fans filling stands during playoffs

The Lynx success on the court is bringing more--and more diverse--fans. Friday saw the highest-ever Lynx arena audience and there's a good chance for a sizable turnout for Tuesday's first round playoff decision game. Men are increasingly filling the stands, and not just because they're driving their young daughters.
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The Lynx success on the court is bringing more--and more diverse--fans. Friday saw the highest-ever Lynx arena audience and there's a good chance for a sizable turnout for Tuesday's first round playoff decision game. Men are increasingly filling the stands, and not just because they're driving their young daughters.

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