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Lynx To Open 2017 Season May 14 At Xcel Energy CenterAfter coming up just short in the WNBA Finals, the Minnesota Lynx announced its schedule for the 2017 season on Tuesday.
WNBA: Ogwumike's Shot Should Not Have CountedThe Lynx are upset. Their coach is upset. Their fans are upset. Gov. Mark Dayton is upset. Now the WNBA says it doesn't blame them for feeling that way.
4 Things To Know: Lynx Lose, Lady Gaga New Album, Russian Hacking & MoreFrom the Minnesota Lynx losing Game 5 of the WNBA finals to Lady Gaga’s new album, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 21, 2016.
Sparks Inch Past Lynx 77-76 In Game 5 To Win WNBA TitleNneka Ogwumike's short jumper with 3.1 seconds left gave the Los Angeles Sparks a 77-76 victory over the defending champion Minnesota Lynx.
Mayors Hodges, Garcetti Wager Books Over WNBA Finals Game 5Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has accepted a friendly bet with Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges over the outcome of the WNBA Finals series between the Sparks and Lynx.
Lynx Fans Ready To Celebrate Another WNBA TitleThe "Roar-For-4" can be heard all over the Twin Cities as fans are gearing up for Game 5 of the WNBA Finals.
How To Get Tickets To Game 5 Of The WNBA FinalsAs the Minnesota Lynx look to finish off the Los Angeles Sparks Thursday night at Target Center, fans should know that the ticket situation is unique.
4 Things To Know: Final Presidential Debate, Lynx In Game 5, ISIS & MoreFrom the third and final presidential debate to the final, decisive game in the WNBA finals, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 20, 2016.
Lynx Fever Hits Minnesota Ahead Of WNBA Finals Game 5Every year the Minnesota Lynx are a threat to win the WNBA title, and Thursday night will mark the second time that a deciding Game 5 will be played at Target Center.
Lynx, Sparks Set For Winner-Take-All WNBA Finals Game 5 ThursdayA victory over the Los Angeles Sparks in Game 5 of the WNBA Finals on Thursday night would give the Lynx their fourth title.
WNBA Admits Officials Missed Call Against Lynx In Game 4The WNBA admitted its officials missed an 8-second violation call in Game 4 of the Finals on Sunday night.
For 2nd Straight Year, WNBA Finals Heads To Decisive Game 5With both teams winning on each other's home courts, the WNBA Finals are headed to a decisive fifth game for the second straight year.

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