Originally written on Fox Sports North  |  Last updated 9/29/14

BEIJING - AUGUST 11: Candace Parker #15 (L) and #5 Seimone Augustus of the United States fight for a rebound against Miao Lijie #8 (R) and Song Xiaoyun #4 of China during their women's basketball game on Day 3 of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games at the Wukesong Indoor Stadium on August 11, 2008 in Beijing, China. (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)
MINNEAPOLIS --Somehow, Seimone Augustus continues to outdo herself. In the fourth WNBA All-Star Game appearance of her illustrious career, Augustus was selected to make her first start thanks to fan voting tabulated and released Thursday. Lynx teammate Maya Moore, playing in her second All-Star Game, is also scheduled to be on the floor for the game's 2:30 tip-off Saturday, July 27 at Mohegan Sun Arena, home of the Connecticut Sun. Cheryl Reeve and assistants Jim Petersen and Shelley Patterson will be there to coach the Western Conference, an honor bestowed upon each of the league's defending conference champions. Minnesota's franchise leader in career points, Augustus becomes the team's second player voted in as a starter. Moore was the first, as a rookie in 2011, and gives the Lynx two All-Star starters for the first time in club history. And for good reason. Before missing the last three games with an ankle sprain, Augustus was her usual, steady self, averaging 15.5 points per ga...
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