The Minnesota Lynx had no problem defeated the Seattle Storm on Sunday afternoon at the Target Center 77-60.

There was a scary delay late in the second quarter when Storm guard Shekinna Stricklen hit her head on the court after a collision with Minnesota's Tan White. She was taken off the court by stretcher and driven to a hospital to evaluate concussion like symptoms and a strained neck.

Maya Moore had a huge 3rd quarter as she scored 16 of the Lynx 30 points in the quarter finishing with a game high 26 points. She also had 12 Rebs, 3 Ast, 2 Stl, 1 Blk. Janel McCarville scored 13 points while Devereaux Peters added a double/double10 points and 10 rebounds. Camille Little led the Seattle Storm with 17 points.

The Lynx have the leagues best home record at 9-1. Maya Moore leads the league in scoring with (23.7) points per game. She also participated in the MLB All Star celebrity softball game across the plaza later on that night.

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