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Lynx rally for double overtime win over Dream

The Minnesota Lynx trailed by as many as 25 points Friday night at Target Center, but they rallied for a 97-93 double overtime win over the Atlanta Dream. Maya Moore scored 23 points to lead the Lynx, who started the game missing 22 of their first 25 shots.
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The Minnesota Lynx trailed by as many as 25 points Friday night at Target Center, but they rallied for a 97-93 double overtime win over the Atlanta Dream. Maya Moore scored 23 points to lead the Lynx, who started the game missing 22 of their first 25 shots.

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