Lynx suffer first loss but still No. 1
As the WNBA season closes its first month, the Western Conference seems to be settling into a clear pecking order with division leader Minnesota and second-place Phoenix proving that they have the depth of talent to play well consistently.
At 8-1, the Lynx remain the clear No. 1 in the WNBA, holding a two-game lead over the Mercury. In the East, Chicago (5-3) slipped into a tie for first place after a pair of back-to-back losses, including a 38-point defeat at the ...
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