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Minnesota Lynx break WNBA record for most consecutive points with a 37-0 run against Indiana Fever

An incredible run! .@minnesotalynx go on 37-0 run, most consecutive points in any game in #WNBA history pic.twitter.com/YlPHBDf4RC — WNBA (@WNBA) August 19, 2017 This is next-level dominance. On Friday night, the Minnesota Lynx took on the Indiana Fever. With the Lynx making an appearance in last season’s WNBA Finals against the Los Angeles Sparks, one would have assumed they’d be the favorites in this matchup, but not to this extent.
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