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Minnesota beats Phoenix, has won 6 in a row

The Minnesota Lynx prevailed 82-77 at Phoenix to extend their winning streak to six games.

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PHOENIX – Having an off night offensively, Maya Moore still found a way to help her team win.

Moore was 3 of 12 from the field before she made a three-pointer, stole an inbounds pass and made a layup in the final minute to lift the Minnesota Lynx to their sixth straight victory, an 82-77 victory over the Phoenix Mercury on Sunday.

“I’m always trying to find a way to stay involved and help my team win,” Moore said. “I never give up, I don’t like to give up on my team and I could have easily just let it get to my head and gotten frustrated. But our team has done such a good job of picking each other up.”

Moore finished with 14 points on 5-for-14 shooting, Rebecca Brunson had 18 points and 13 rebounds, and Seimone Augustus scored 15 points for the Lynx, who have won eight of their last nine. Minnesota made 4 of 6 free throws in the final 19 seconds to secure the victory, its ninth straight against Phoenix.

Diana Taurasi had 26 points, six rebounds and six assists for the Mercury, which led much of the game.

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Fever 65, at Mystics 52

Tamika Catchings had 23 points and 10 rebounds as Indiana swept a home-and-home series from Washington.

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