Lynx break the Fever to set WNBA record with 11-0 start - Bring Me The News

Lynx break the Fever to set WNBA record with 11-0 start


The Minnesota Lynx became the first team in WNBA history to start a season 11-0. The Lynx beat the Indiana Fever 87-63 Tuesday night at Target Center .

It breaks Minnesota's own record start in 2012 when the Lynx began the season by going 10-0.

Minnesota controlled the game from the opening tip. They shot 59 percent from the field and led by as many as 28 points in the second half.

Maya Moore led the way with 16 points. She also grabbed eight rebounds and dished out three assists. Seimone Augustus added 12. They were two of the five Lynx players to reach double figures.

After the historic victory, the Lynx spent some time celebrating with their fans.

The Lynx travel to Seattle on Sunday to face the Storm.

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