Aaron Lavinsky – Star TribuneGallery: Minnesota Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve called a timeout in the second quarter of Tuesday night's WNBA Finals game against the Los Angeles Sparks.
Renee Jones Schneider – Star TribuneGallery: Minnesota Lynx Guard Lindsay Whalen (13) leapt for a basket against Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker (3) in the first half.
Aaron Lavinsky – Star TribuneGallery: Los Angeles Sparks guard Chelsea Gray (12) and Minnesota Lynx center Sylvia Fowles (34) battled for a loose ball in the first quarter Tuesday.
Aaron Lavinsky – Star TribuneGallery: Minnesota Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen (13) scored a layup at the start of Tuesday night's WNBA Finals game against the Los Angeles Sparks.
Aaron Lavinsky – Star TribuneGallery: Minnesota Lynx guard Renee Montgomery (21) emerged from the locker room with teammates before Tuesday nights' WNBA finals game against the Los Angeles Sparks.
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- Fowles, Lynx hold on to beat Sparks 70-68FOXSports.com
- Fowles grabs 17 boards, Lynx beat Sparks 70-68ABC News
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