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Lynx release 2012 schedule, which includes Olympic break

The WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx start 2012 with a nationally-televised day game on May 20 -- the first of 34 regular season games through September. The WNBA takes a month-long break in the middle of July for the summer Olympic games.
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The WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx start 2012 with a nationally-televised day game on May 20 -- the first of 34 regular season games through September. The WNBA takes a month-long break in the middle of July for the summer Olympic games.

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