Found August 22, 2013 on Fox Sports North:
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The Minnesota Lynx still cling to the WNBA's top record despite a recent slump. Perhaps facing the owner of the league's worst mark will help them get back on track. Minnesota visits the Connecticut Sun on Thursday night looking to sweep the season series. Losers of four of five, the Lynx (18-7) still sit atop the league, though Los Angeles trails them by only a half-game in the Western Conference. Their potent offense - which averages a league-best 83.2 points - is sputtering somewhat, averaging 78.8 points in regulation over the last five. Minnesota suffered its second straight road loss Tuesday in an 88-75 final at Atlanta. The Lynx outscored the Dream 29-14 in the third, but went nearly eight minutes without a field goal in the final period while being outscored 22-5. Maya Moore, who finished with 23 points, was held scoreless in the fourth as Minnesota committed eight of its 18 turnovers. "They did a good job of finishing," Moore said. "Our bad offe...
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