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Fever force Game 3 (0:39)
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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.

Mechelle Voepel @MechelleV

Fever may lament some of the looks inside they've missed, even though they are shooting 46.7 percent for game.

Minnesota Lynx @minnesotalynx

You like offense? You'll like game 2. Both teams hovering around 50% shooting through a quarter-and-a-half 🔥. Fever lead 32-27.