The Minnesota Lynx took care of business on Friday night with a 79-72 win over the Seattle Storm. Minnesota won it's sixth straight game and are a half-game back of the division leading Los Angeles Sparks who also own the best record in the WNBA.
Maya Moore lead the way with 21 points, 3 assists; 8 rebounds. Sylvia Fowels put a double-double too with 20 points and 12 boards. As a team, Minnesota shot 43 percent from the floor in the win.
The WNBA season will now begin its Olympic break period as the next Lynx wont play another game until Aug. 26th. Four Lynx players will represent Team USA at this years games in Rio.