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Lynx TV ratings climbed during Finals

Another reason to believe in the WNBA, or at least the Minnesota Lynx. Local TV ratings during the WNBA Finals grew larger for each of the three games played. More than 88,000 Lynx fans in the Twins Cities watched game three.
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Another reason to believe in the WNBA, or at least the Minnesota Lynx. Local TV ratings during the WNBA Finals grew larger for each of the three games played. More than 88,000 Lynx fans in the Twins Cities watched game three.

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