Adelman and Kahn giving away 2,000 more Lynx tickets

Timberwolves head coach Rick Adelman and general manager Davd Kahn have purchased 2,000 tickets for Wednesday’s WNBA Finals game between the Lynx and Atlanta Dream. The tickets will be donated to local Twin Cities charities. Adelman and Kahn gave away 2,000 tickets to Sunday’s game one as well.
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Timberwolves head coach Rick Adelman and general manager Davd Kahn have purchased 2,000 tickets for Wednesday’s WNBA Finals game between the Lynx and Atlanta Dream. The tickets will be donated to local Twin Cities charities. Adelman and Kahn gave away 2,000 tickets to Sunday’s game one as well.

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