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League-best Lynx look to extend winning streak

The Minnesota Lynx go for their fourth straight victory Sunday night at the Target Center. The defending WNBA champions will host the Tulsa Shock after cruising past the Washington Mystics 98-69 on Friday night.
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The Minnesota Lynx go for their fourth straight victory Sunday night at the Target Center. The defending WNBA champions will host the Tulsa Shock after cruising past the Washington Mystics 98-69 on Friday night.

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