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MINNESOTA LYNX

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Fowles finished with 10 points and 12 rebounds for her WNBA-best 193rd career double-double.
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Fowles may have played her last game at Target Center on Friday
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Minnesota has won 20 of 23 regular-season games against Phoenix since August 2015, including 10 straight in Arizona.
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The Lynx (11-19) are now 1 1/2 games behind the Dream but the Phoenix Mercury (12-16 entering Thursday) and New York Liberty (12-17) are also in contention.

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Minnesota shot 42.9 percent from the floor and were 6 of 13 from behind the arc
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For the game, the Lynx committed 16 turnovers and shot 33% from the field while tallying a season-low 57 points — led by 16 from Kayla McBride, who felt the Lynx got good shots that simply weren’t going down.
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Playing their third game in four nights, the Lynx (10-16) moved within a game of Phoenix for the WNBA's final playoff spot with 10 games left.
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Rachel Banham scored 24 points and Sylvia Fowles recorded 20 points and 17 rebounds for Minnesota (9-16), which had a three-game winning streak halted.
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It was the third win in a row for the Lynx (9-15).
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Minnesota has won five of seven and, in addition to beating the Sky, the Lynx crushed Las Vegas 102-71 on Sunday. Each foe had the WNBA’s best record entering the game.

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The Lynx (7-15) shot 50 percent from the field and tied a season high with a dozen 3-pointers.
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The key for any player, Brunson always says, is to find what it’s going to take to be successful, carve out your niche and stick to it. The 6-foot-1 forward exemplified that during her 15-year career
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To their credit, the Lynx (6-15), who were coming off a 92-64 win over Dallas, made a game of it, but the Aces (15-5) had an answer for every push the Lynx could come up with

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