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Lynx win Game 3 on buzzer-beater

Maya Moore hit a 3-pointer at the final buzzer to lift Minnesota to a 80-77 victory over Indiana in Game 3 in Indianapolis. The Lynx lead the WNBA Finals 2-1.


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2015 WNBA playoff schedule

Minnesota, which knocked off defending champ Phoenix, and Indiana, which upset top-seeded New York, will meet in the WNBA Finals, which open Sunday on ABC.

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Ex-Minn. Duluth coaches file discrimination suit

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"High school, back when I was 16" - @mooremaya on the last buzzer beater she hit. #WNBAFinals

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Maya: "My team played through my fouls, the bench had 28 and that was huge. Tried to stay locked & focused and help our team anyway I can"