Looking to repeat: Champion Lynx open training camp

The Minnesota Lynx are back to work. The WNBA champs opened training camp yesterday at Target Center. They start play May 20 against Phoenix. They’ll try to be the first team to repeat as league champions since the 2002 Los Angeles Sparks.
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The Minnesota Lynx are back to work. The WNBA champs opened training camp yesterday at Target Center. They start play May 20 against Phoenix. They’ll try to be the first team to repeat as league champions since the 2002 Los Angeles Sparks.

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