Lynx win, visit White House todayMinnesota Sports
-- Minnesota's Maya Moore scored a game-high 29 points and grabbed seven rebounds to pace the Lynx to an 86-79 WNBA win over the Indiana Fever.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Minnesota's Maya Moore scored a game-high 29 points and grabbed seven rebounds to pace the Lynx to an 86-79 WNBA win over the Indiana Fever.
Hutchinson native and former Golden Gopher Lindsay Whalen poured in 13 points with eight rebounds and six assists and Devereaux Peters chipped in with 10 points and seven rebounds.
The Lynx have a franchise-best 16-1 record at home this season. The Lynx head to L.A. to face the Sparks on Thursday.
The Minnesota Lynx will be honored by President Obama later today for winning the 2011 WNBA Championship. The president will also recognize the team's efforts to support health and wellness and breast cancer awareness. Forward Maya Moore says she's in awe of our nation's history when she visits the White House. Moore says "you have people who are defending our freedoms and working to keep this country great and the world at peace." Moore visited the White House three times as a member of the NCAA Champion Connecticut Huskies. The Lynx have the best record in the league and have already clinched the top seed in the playoffs this season.