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Lynx need to buckle down on defense

The key to a Lynx game three victory over San Antonio on Wednesday night will be defense. Minnesota led the league in scoring defense during the regular season, but on Sunday they melted down in game two of their best-of-three series. More specifically, a lot of pressure will be on Seimone Augustus to be a shut-down defender.
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The key to a Lynx game three victory over San Antonio on Wednesday night will be defense. Minnesota led the league in scoring defense during the regular season, but on Sunday they melted down in game two of their best-of-three series. More specifically, a lot of pressure will be on Seimone Augustus to be a shut-down defender.

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