Lynx still rolling, beat San Antonio to remain unbeaten


The Minnesota Lynx are still unbeaten after defeating the San Antonio Silver Stars, 88-72, Friday night.

A big third quarter lifted the Lynx to the win. Minnesota trailed 39-36 to the Silver Stars after the first half.

After doing very little right in the first half, the Lynx had a stunning third quarter. They outscored the Silver Stars 33-10 to cruise to the victory.

San Antonio also struggled in the third. They were just 3 of 14 shooting in the quarter and had nine turnovers.

Maya Moore scored 26 points to lead the way for Minnesota. Lindsay Whalen complemented her nicely, she score 19 points and Damiris Dantas scored 17.

The same two teams will play again on Sunday.

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