Fever Coach Critical Of Lynx Counterpart
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana coach Lin Dunn wasn’t amused by Minnesota coach Cheryl Reeve’s meltdown on Wednesday night.
Ignited by Reeve’s technical foul and thrown jacket, Minnesota turned up the intensity in the second half to pull away for an 83-71 win in Game 2 that knotted the WNBA Finals at one game apiece.
Dunn says she thought Reeve should have been ejected because she threw the jacket after the technical. She also says Reeve told her players at halftime to use their elbows in the second half.
Game 3 will be Friday in Indianapolis.
Indiana guard Katie Douglas isn’t sure if she will play. The Fever’s No. 2 scorer sprained her left ankle in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals and has missed both games against the Lynx.
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