A big second half allows Lynx to blow away the Storm


The Minnesota Lynx controlled the second half pulling away from the Seattle Storm in the second half on their way to an 82-57 victory Friday night at Target Center.

Minnesota outscored Seattle 48-24 in the second half as Maya Moore just took the game over. She had a double-double finishing with 23 points and 11 rebounds. Moore was an efficient 10-of-14 from the floor in the victory.

Lindsay Whalen added 16 points to go with four assists, while Seimone Augustus chipped in with 15 points.

The win moved the Lynx back on top in the WNBA's Western Conference.

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