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Lynx defeat Shock to tie WNBA record for consecutive season-opening wins

The Minnesota Lynx dominated the winless Tulsa Shock Saturday night in Tulsa 93-73 to tie a WNBA record for most consecutive wins to open a season. The 9-0 record by the reigning WNBA champion Lynx ties the marks set in 2001 and 2003 by the Los Angeles Sparks.
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The Minnesota Lynx dominated the winless Tulsa Shock Saturday night in Tulsa 93-73 to tie a WNBA record for most consecutive wins to open a season. The 9-0 record by the reigning WNBA champion Lynx ties the marks set in 2001 and 2003 by the Los Angeles Sparks.

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