Lynx crush Seattle for 18th straight home win

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The Minnesota Lynx remains red-hot following Sunday's 90-72 rout of the Seattle Storm.

Lindsay Whalen led the way with 22 point, Seimone Augustus added 18, Maya Moore had 16, and Rebekkah Brunson finished with 12 points and 11 rebounds.

Minnesota's home court advantage is nothing to mess with. The Lynx have won 18 straight games at Target Center, and nine overall.

One more win will tie the Los Angeles Sparks for the second longest home winning streak in WNBA history. The Sparks' 28 straight home victories from 2000-02 is the league record.

The Lynx led by as many as 31 points in the fourth quarter.

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