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Lynx open as favorites to win WNBA title

The Minnesota Lynx begin their playoff journey Friday night against San Antonio -- a team they went 4-0 against during the regular season. As rookie Maya Moore puts it, "we are right on track."
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The Minnesota Lynx begin their playoff journey Friday night against San Antonio -- a team they went 4-0 against during the regular season. As rookie Maya Moore puts it, "we are right on track."

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Lynx like their chances for WNBA title

The Minnesota Lynx are entering the playoffs as the favorite to win the WNBA championship. Good reason backs up the odds as Minnesota became just the sixth team ever to win 27-regular season games. It can also be argued the Lynx have the best point guard and rookie in the league.

Moore, Reeve win WNBA honors

The Minnesota Lynx pick up two big awards for the season. Maya Moore is the WNBA rookie of the year and Cheryl Reeve is the league’s coach of the year. The announcements come as the Lynx get ready to host San Antonio in the first round of the WNBA Playoffs.

Lynx improve to 7-0 with win over San Antonio

The Lynx are the only remaining unbeaten team after taking down San Antonio, 83-79 at Target Center Sunday night. Maya Moore and Rebekkah Brunson led Minnesota with 17 points each. The Lynx, 7-0, have won 13 straight dating back to last season.

Lynx sweep Dream for WNBA crown

The Minnesota Lynx defeated the Atlanta Dream, 73-67, to win their first-ever WNBA Championship Friday night. It's also the first professional sports title in Minnesota since the Twins won the World Series in 1991. Seimone Augustus led the Lynx with 16-points and Maya Moore added 15.

Lynx top Stars in OT, first in WNBA to 20 wins

In a battle of Western Conference powers at Target Center Tuesday night, the Lynx beat San Antonio 96-84 in overtime. Minnesota scored the first 11 points in overtime to pull away for their 20th win of the season. Rebekkah Brunson led the Lynx with 17 points and 20 rebounds.

Lynx earn 11th straight win with 81-62 road rout of San Antonio

Even with Seimone Augustus out with an ankle injury, the Lynx rolled to a team-record 11th straight victory, beating the Silver Stars 81-62 in San Antonio. Maya Moore led five Minnesota players with 18 points and added 12 rebounds. With the win, the Lynx clinched the best record in the Western Conference.

Lynx ready to resume WNBA season

After helping Team USA win the gold medal at the London Olympics, Lynx stars LIndsay Whalen, Seimone Augustus and Maya Moore are back in the Twin Cities preparing for the second half of the WNBA season, which starts Friday night when Minnesota hosts Washington at Target Center.