Lynx host Sparks in possible playoff preview

It's a battle of unbeatens tonight at Target Center as the Lynx take on the L.A. Sparks. Both teams are 2-0, with Minnesota getting opening-week victories over Phoenix and New York so far.
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It's a battle of unbeatens tonight at Target Center as the Lynx take on the L.A. Sparks. Both teams are 2-0, with Minnesota getting opening-week victories over Phoenix and New York so far.

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