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Voepel: Lynx win as Fowles makes Minnesota debut

Sylvia Fowles waited a long time to join the Lynx. Minnesota's big win at home Wednesday over L.A. was a nice start for the veteran center, even if it did ruin Candace Parker's season debut.

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4dMichelle Smith

Smith: WNBA's midseason report card

Minnesota is the WNBA front-runner at the All-Star break, but where does every other team fall in? We hand out grades for the first half of the season and look ahead at what's next for each team.

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10dMelissa Isaacson

College athletes speaking out against R-word

The "Spread the Word to End the Word" campaign has gained significant support in recent years. A big reason? Big buy-in from collegiate athletes.

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11dMechelle Voepel

Voepel: Hard to argue with relocating Shock

There's really no reason to oppose relocating the WNBA's Shock franchise to Dallas -- except that it has to come at the expense of fans who have supported Tulsa through five tough seasons.

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16dMichelle Smith

Coleman finds right fit with Fever

On her third team in seven seasons in the WNBA, Indiana's Marissa Coleman is finally "having fun again." The guard/forward is tied for the team lead with Tamika Catchings at 13.1 points per game.

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Minnesota Lynx @minnesotalynx

Maya with 10 points in the 4th, doing all she can to hold off a furious Shock run. MN holds a 74-71 lead with 4:35 left.

Minnesota Lynx @minnesotalynx

Basketball is fun, but basketball when Cruz, Brunson & Syl are guarding you doesn't look fun. Those 3 making life tough for TUL 2nite 🔒⛔️🔒⛔️

Minnesota Lynx @minnesotalynx

5-0 start to the 3rd for the #Lynx, timeout Tulsa. 11 point lead now, MN close to blowing it open! Listen in on 106.1FM or WNBA Live Access.