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Whalen not bothered by MVP vote

Lynx point guard Lindsay Whalen is focused on winning a WNBA championship rather than moping over an MVP award that didn't go to her. Instead, the MVP went to Indiana's Tamika Catchings. Whalen finished fifth in the vote.
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Lynx point guard Lindsay Whalen is focused on winning a WNBA championship rather than moping over an MVP award that didn't go to her. Instead, the MVP went to Indiana's Tamika Catchings. Whalen finished fifth in the vote.

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