The Lynx visited Obama at the White House


The Minnesota Lynx are in the nation's capitol celebrating their 2015 WNBA championship with President Barack Obama today.

In 2014, Obama joked that Lynx star Maya Moore had her own wing in the White House for what was then her sixth visit. This marks her seventh visit, all from celebrating NCAA and WNBA titles.

You can watch today's ceremony with the President in the video below. It will go live at approximately 3:50 p.m. Central Time.

The Lynx started this season with 13 straight wins (WNBA record) before losing Friday and Sunday to the Los Angeles Sparks and Washington Mystics.

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