Whalen, Augustus named to All-WNBA teams

Post-season honors for Minnesota Lynx point guard Lindsay Whalen and forward Seimone Augustus. Both made the All-WNBA team, as voted upon by national and local sportswriters. Whalen was a first-team selection. Augustus was named to the second team.
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Post-season honors for Minnesota Lynx point guard Lindsay Whalen and forward Seimone Augustus. Both made the All-WNBA team, as voted upon by national and local sportswriters. Whalen was a first-team selection. Augustus was named to the second team.

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