The Minnesota Lynx have already secured their spot in the postseason, but coach Cheryl Reeve said they are looking past that.
However, there's a good chance the defending WNBA champions have looked back at what happened in their last game in Seattle.
The Lynx go for a fifth straight victory Tuesday night when the Storm try to avoid back-to-back home losses for the first time in three seasons.
Led by Maya Moore's 22 points, 10 rebounds, six assists and four steals, Minnesota (17-4) clinched a playoff spot at the earliest point in franchise history with Sunday's 83-59 win over Tulsa.
"(Making the playoffs) means absolutely nothing to us. That's not the mission," Reeve said. "We know it's part of the process."
The Lynx have plenty of reason to stay focused as San Antonio and Los Angeles - the league's two hottest teams - are on their heels for the Western Conference lead. Minnesota can leave Seattle with at least a 1 1/2-game edge in that race if it defeats the Storm for the third...