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    President Barack Obama honored the 2011 WNBA Champion Minnesota Lynx at the White House Tuesday.  Below are some photos and a transcript of the President’s speech:   THE PRESIDENT:  Hello, everybody!  Hello!  Please everybody have a …

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    18 Sep 12
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    MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL – On Tuesday, September 18, the Minnesota Lynx will visit the White House and President Barack Obama in recognition of the team’s 2011 WNBA Championship. The President will honor the team’s memorable 2011 …

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    13 Sep 12
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    MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL – The WNBA today named Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore its Western Conference Player of the Week for games played Thursday, Aug. 16 through Sunday, Aug. 19. Moore earns the honor for the …

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    21 Aug 12
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    MINNEAPOLIS/ST. PAUL – For the fourth consecutive season, Minnesota Lynx players will trade in their high tops and uniforms in exchange for high heels and dresses on Thursday, August 23 for their annual “Catwalk for …

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    21 Aug 12
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    Minneapolis/St. Paul – With the team’s 86-50 victory over France, the 2012 U.S. Olympic Women’s Basketball Team captured the USA’s fifth consecutive gold medal on Saturday. The medal is the first for Minnesota Lynx players …

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    12 Aug 12
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    The United States Womens Olympic Basketball team got a tune up last night, beating Team Brazil in an exhibition game 99 to 67. Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore is one of the three players with …

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    17 Jul 12
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    LYNX POSTGAME NOTES Tuesday, July 10 at BOK Center Lynx 107, Shock 86   ·         With the win, Minnesota improves to a WNBA-best 14-4. ·         With the loss, Tulsa drops to 3-14.   High Points       …

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    10 Jul 12
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    Minneapolis/St. Paul – The Minnesota Lynx today announced that forward Rebekkah Brunson will miss the team’s next two games due to a left calf strain. She is expected to return after the Olympic break. The …

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    09 Jul 12