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Lynx drop third straight in loss to Sun

The Lynx dropped to 13-4 on the season Saturday night as the Connecticut Sun held off the defending WNBA champions 86-80 at Target Center. The loss was the third straight for the Lynx, and the first at home this season.
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The Lynx dropped to 13-4 on the season Saturday night as the Connecticut Sun held off the defending WNBA champions 86-80 at Target Center. The loss was the third straight for the Lynx, and the first at home this season.

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