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3 things we learned from a record-setting second round of the WNBA playoffs

There was record-setting shooting performance and a comeback that nearly did the same thing. After Sunday’s action, the WNBA semifinals are set. In a few days, we’ll start two best-of-five series: the Minnesota Lynx vs. the Washington Mystics and the Los Angeles Sparks vs. the Phoenix Mercury. That’s something to think about in the future, though — there’s still time to process what happened on Sunday first.
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