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Win would put Lynx in uncharted territory: playoff winners

The Lynx hope to be winners of a playoff series for the first time as they face San Antonio in Game 2 of their series. A win would put them in the western conference finals.
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The Lynx hope to be winners of a playoff series for the first time as they face San Antonio in Game 2 of their series. A win would put them in the western conference finals.

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