Moore scores 32 as Lynx blast Shock in front of record crowd

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The Minnesota Lynx improved its record to 17-6 on the season with a 93-82 matinee victory today over the Tulsa Shock.

Maya Moore, the WNBA's leading vote-getter for the upcoming All-Star Game, scored 32 points. Lindsay Whalen scored 18 to help fuel the high-scoring effort.

The Star Tribune reports that it was Moore's ninth 30-point game of the season, which is one shy of Diana Taurasi's WNBA record of 10 30-point games set in 2008.

A record crowd of 16,432 fans attended the game at Target Center. According to the Pioneer Press, it was the largest regular-season crowd in franchise history.

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