After getting off to the best start in WNBA history, the Minnesota Lynx came up short for the first time over the weekend.
They'll try to bounce back Thursday night at home, where they haven't lost since the New York Liberty last came to town.
Minnesota averaged 85.8 points in winning its first 10 games before losing 65-62 at Seattle on Sunday. The Lynx had a chance to send the game into overtime despite trailing by as many as 17 points in the second quarter and shooting 37.5 percent, but Maya Moore missed a deep 3-point attempt as time expired.
"I felt like it was on target, just a little short," Moore said. "With one second, having to inbound it and catch and shoot, I thought it was a great look. But it shouldn't have come down to that."
Moore had a team-high 14 points and Seimone Augustus scored 12 as the Lynx's two leading scorers combined to shoot 10 of 30.
"We felt like there were so many opportunities," Moore added. " ... There were so many things in the entire game that...