The Minnesota Lynx are one victory away from tying the second-longest home win streak in WNBA history.
Standing in their way are the Seattle Storm, owners of the mark the Lynx will try to match.
Minnesota looks for its 18th straight regular-season win at Target Center on Sunday night against Seattle.
In addition to holding the league's best record, the Lynx (15-3) are the Western Conference's only undefeated team at home this season with a 9-0 mark. Their regular-season win streak in Minneapolis dates back to July 12, 2012.
Los Angeles' 28 straight victories from 2000-02 is the best home run in WNBA history, while Seattle's 18-game stretch from 2010-11 is the second-longest.
Minnesota won five of seven against the Storm last year - including a 2-1 edge in the West semifinals - and has won five straight regular-season meetings at home since a 73-71 loss on July 17, 2010.
Minnesota won its eighth straight overall Friday in an 85-63 victory over San Antonio, nine ...