Lynx in L.A. Sunday for game two of Western Conference Finals

The defending WNBA champion Lynx are in Los Angeles Sunday to take on the Sparks in game two of the Western Conference Finals, and can clinch the best of three series with a win. The Lynx dominated the Sparks in game one 94-77.
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The defending WNBA champion Lynx are in Los Angeles Sunday to take on the Sparks in game two of the Western Conference Finals, and can clinch the best of three series with a win. The Lynx dominated the Sparks in game one 94-77.

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