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Mechelle Voepel @MechelleV

That's what Maggie Lucas in in the game for, folks. Hitting the 3. Bonus with the free throw. Assist to January, of course.


WOW! BIG Sylvia Fowles is having herself a game. That lay-up ties this game up with 48.1 seconds left in the 2nd on ESPN2.

Mechelle Voepel @MechelleV

Whalen rebounds own miss and then finds Big Syl inside. That was big effort play from the Minnesota native.


Maya with a sick finger roll in transition followed by a nice no-look pass to Seimone that trims the Fever lead down to 1 late in the 2nd.