Lynx snap losing streak with win over San Antonio

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On Saturday night, the Minnesota Lynx returned to their winning ways with a 91-68 win over the San Antonio Stars. The win snapped Minnesota's 3 game losing streak.

The Lynx led by 7 after the first quarter but began to really pull away from the Stars by the end of the first half, leading 47-28. Minnesota continued to pile on the points, leading by 30 points heading into the final quarter.

As a team, Minnesota shot 52 percent from the floor with Natahsa Howard and Maya Moore leading the way with 21 and 14 points respectively.

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With the win, the Lynx are now 14-3 on the season and will hit on Tuesday to face the Chicago Sky.

Wiggins in the house

Andrew Wiggins of the Minnesota Timberwolves was also in attendance sitting courtside.

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