Lynx look to shake the Shock


The Minnesota Lynx will be back in action at home at Target Center tonight against the Tulsa Shock.

The Star Tribune reports the local WNBA team is coming off its worst loss of the season. The Lynx fell to the Los Angeles Sparks by almost thirty points on Friday, losing on the road 87-59. It was their second loss of the young season.

The last time the Lynx took on Tulsa, the Shock cooled Maya Moore's hot hand, holding the standout forward to 10 points, 8 below her average. Despite that, the Lynx defeated the Shock, 83-74.

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