Lynx Championship Celebration

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Enjoy the sights and sounds from the streets of Minneapolis as over 15,000 fans celebrate the 2011 WNBA Champion Lynx.
>> Video: Parade | Maya, Maya | MVP Speaks | Can You Dig It? | Coach Reeve Celebrates | It's Lynx Day >> Photo Gallery
>> Parade Updates on Twitter: Lynx | WNBA >> More: Fans Welcome Lynx at Airport: Photos | Video

2011 WNBA Finals: A Look Back

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The celebration continued Sunday for Seimone Augustus, Lindsay Whalen, Coach Cheryl Reeve, Taj McWilliams-Franklin and the 2011 WNBA Finals Champion Minnesota Lynx as they were honored on the Metrodome field before the Minnesota Vikings game. Relive all of the top moments from the 2011 WNBA Finals. Lynx return to Minnesota | Buy Lynx championship gear

Lynx Capture Franchise's First Title

Despite a furious comeback by Atlanta to push the series further, the Minnesota Lynx finished off the Dream 73-67 in Atlanta on Friday night to capture the franchise's first WNBA title. MVP Seimone Augustus led the way with 16 points, five boards and four assists. Highlights | Game Info | Box | Blog | Wrap Up >> Photos: Game Action | Lynx Celebrate | Champion Portraits

The Best From Game 3

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How did the Lynx claim their first WNBA title? Watch the highlights and click around below for the day's best.
>> Arena Links: Seimone Augustus | Lindsay Whalen | Augustus named WNBA Finals MVP
>> Play of the Day | Postgame: Lindsey Harding | Marynell Meadors | Cheryl Reeve | Playoffs Blog | Photos

Augustus Named Finals MVP

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Seimone Augustus capped a fantastic season Friday, scoring 16 points and leading the Minnesota Lynx to their first WNBA Finals Championship. For her efforts in the three-game sweep of the Atlanta Dream, Augustus was named MVP of the 2011 WNBA Finals. Tell us what you think on Facebook | Augustus Interview | MVP Presentation | In Lynx They Trust

Top 15 Moments: And No. 1 Is ...

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Teresa Weatherspoon's half-court shot to give the N.Y. Liberty a win over the Houston Comets in Game 2 of the '99 WNBA Finals was voted the No. 1 Moment in the WNBA's 15-year history by you, the fans. The shot and the call are worth watching again. >> View the photo gallery from the No. 1 Moment > >> Watch the Top 15 Moments NOW >

Travel Day: In-Flight Movie

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The WNBA Finals are headed to Atlanta for Game 3 on Friday and possibly Game 4 if Atlanta can extend the series. With both teams taking flight from Minneapolis to Atlanta, here's our version of an in-flight movie to keep you entertained until arrival.
>> All-Access: Maya Moore | Four No. 1 Picks | Top Plays from Finalists | Timeout: Cheryl Reeve | Game 1 All-Access

Finals Blog: Farewell to Minnesota

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With the series at 2-0 in favor of Minnesota, the Lynx and Dream are heading to Atlanta for Game 3 -- and we're following them there. Check out the Finals Blog for the top stories from the first two games of the series and anything else you may have missed from Minneapolis! >> More: Game 2 Live Chat Transcript | Who are You Wearing? | Angry Birds, Happy Lynx

The Best From Game 2

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How do you split four defenders? Find out with Seimone's Play of the Day, and click around below for the day's best.
>> Slow-Mo: Angel's Buzzer-Beater | Augustus' Crossover | Seimone Floats | Maya With One Hand | Whalen's Reverse
>> Robinson: Seimone shines in Game 2 | Arena Link: Augustus | Postgame: Whalen & Augustus | Angel & Lyttle

Lynx Take 2-0 Series Lead

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Seimone Augustus (36 points, eight rebounds) led an unrelenting Lynx attack as Minnesota rallied to defeat the Dream 101-95 at home Wednesday in Game 2, taking a 2-0 lead in the best-of-five Finals. Angel McCoughtry had a record 38 points for the Dream.
>> Game Info | Box | Photos >> Video: Highlights | Wrap Up >> More: Seimone: Simply Amazing | Notebook | Blog

Simply Amazing

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With 74 points between them on Wednesday, Seimone Augustus and Angel McCoughtry combined for the most points ever by opposing players in Finals history. But it's how Augustus did it that shows just how special she's become. Read More
>> More: Notebook | Blog | Seimone's Killer Crossover | Arena Link: Augustus | Augustus, Whalen Address Media
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The top performers in the WNBA from the 2011 season have begun to be revealed, with the Lynx leading the early returns.
The Dream are in the Finals for the second time in two years. Check out their road back to the Finals. Photos | Video
The Lynx are in the Finals for the first time in team history. Check out the key moments that got them there. Photos | Video
From Cynthia Cooper in 1997 to Lauren Jackson in 2010, check out this gallery of WNBA Finals MVPs.
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NBA TV's Rick Kamla, Dennis Scott and LaChina Robinson break down the matchups and top storylines in the WNBA Playoffs.
The 2011 WNBA Playoffs presented by Boost Mobile tip off Sept. 15. Get ready with this guide to the postseason tournament.
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