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The Lynx celebrating their big win last fall.

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Minnesota Lynx

Sept. 17
7 p.m.
Sept. 4
6 p.m.
Sept. 2
7 p.m.
Aug. 28
6 p.m.
July 22
7 p.m.
July 20
12 p.m.
July 15
7 p.m.
July 9
7 p.m.
July 5
7 p.m.
July 2
7 p.m.
June 29
7 p.m.
June 24
7 p.m.
June 14
7 p.m.
$20-$85
Sports - Spectator
The Lynx are in the midst of establishing a dynasty here in Minneapolis, having won three WNBA titles over the past five seasons. With the rapid decline of all the other professional sports teams in Minnesota, it's truly gratifying to have a champion to celebrate, and Los Lynx are the reigning queens of the WNBA court. The team is led by a quartet of all-stars, Seimone Augustus, Maya Moore, Sylvia Fowles, and Hutchinson native (and former Gopher) Lindsay Whalen, who form the talented core of a team that shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Under the steady guidance of head coach Cheryl Reeve, the Lynx have captured the boisterous support of local sports fans who have grown desperate to cheer on a winner in this championship-starved state, as well as legions of young girls who take to their own basketball courts dreaming of one day following in the footsteps of their idols. The current season has started just like last season ended, with the Lynx asserting their dominance over the rest of the league, and Maya Moore proving that she is one of the best athletes to ever play professional sports here in Minnesota. Seriously, get out there and support the Lynx, because they are the only champions that we've got here in the Twin Cities, and who knows how long this impressive run of their will last. For tickets and a complete schedule of this season's games, visit www.lynx.wnba.com.