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Photo Gallery: Storm 65, Minnesota 62

June 17, 2012


Behind 21 points from Sue Bird, the Storm defeated Minnesota 65-62 Sunday at KeyArena, handing the Lynx their first loss after a record 10-0 start. Throughout the game, the Storm celebrated Father's Day and highlighted dads & daughters. Check out a gallery of the best photos from on and off the court


Storm players get ready to take the court for warmups.
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Ruby Clemons, 8, and her dad blow up their thunderstix.
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Sue Bird looks to make a play.
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Tanisha Wright keeps her eye on the hoop as she drives.
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Dads competed with their daughters in a timeout race presented by BECU.
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Ann Wauters shoots in traffic.
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This year's faces of Dads & Daughters, Clifton Maxie and his daughter Tameyah, sat courtside for the game.
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Rookie Shekinna Stricklen shoots off the drive.
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Tina Thompson boxes out.
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The Eastside Dream Elite dance team performed at halftime.
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Katie Smith scrambles to secure a loose ball.
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Doppler created a VIP section courtside for Seattle Seahawks Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor.
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Wright goes past Seimone Augustus.
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Fathers of members of the Storm Dance Troupe wait to be part of a routine with their children.
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Wauters and Alysha Clark celebrate on the bench.
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Chris takes daughter Chloe through the Doppler Train.
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Smith and Wright (left) signal timeout as Thompson secures a loose rebound with 4.4 seconds left to play.
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Thompson races in to grab Bird's missed free throw and help seal the win.
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After being fouled, Thompson made two free throws with 1.0 second remaining to provide the final margin.
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