Preview: Lynx at Fever

The first matchup of the season between the Lynx and the Fever takes place in Indiana tonight. The second place Fever is vying for the top spot in the Eastern Conference. Minnesota's 11-game winning streak came to end Tuesday after they lost to the Chicago Sky, 83-70.
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The Minnesota Lynx take on the Indiana Fever in Indianapolis tonight. The Associated Press reports the Fever is vying for first place in the Eastern Conference. The Lynx' 11-game winning streak came to end Tuesday after they lost to the Chicago Sky, 83-70.

SLAM Online ranks Minnesota's Seimone Augustus no. 8 out of 10 on its WNBA MVP Watch List. Augustus has been out for the Lynx' last two games for a sprained foot.

The team will travel to the White House on Tuesday to meet President Barack Obama. The Lynx will be officially recognized for their 2011 WNBA Championship title.

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