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fowles shows mvp skills as lynx thrash sky, stay atop playoff standings


the road has been bumpy. sylvia fowles is the first to admit that. a bunch of expectations, inordinate amounts of attention on and off the court, constant pushing and shoving and elbows.but it’s been fun, too. and friday, after she made 12 of 13 shots, scored 27 points, pulled down 12 rebounds and tied her career high with five assists in a 110-87 blowout of chicago at xcel energy center, the lynx center felt ready to submit her bid.“i like the résumé i’ve put forward,’’ she said.she was talking about the wnba mvp award. fowles might have punched her ticket on a night when the lynx offense was amazingly efficient.not surprisingly, the lynx think so. as fowles was talking postgame, renee montgomery — who scored a season-high 21 points herself — chanted “mvp’’ as she walked through the locke






lynx sign all-star center sylvia fowles to extension


minneapolis — the minnesota lynx have signed all-star center sylvia fowles to a multiyear contract extension.the lynx announced the move friday as they move toward the end of a regular season dominated by fowles. the favorite for league mvp is averaging 19.1 points, 10.4 rebounds and 2.1 blocks. the lynx are trying to return to the wnba finals for the third straight year.fowles has been honored as the western conference player of the month for three straight months and her 19 double-doubles are a lynx record.despite four losses in the nine games since lindsay whalen was injured, the lynx still have a league-best 25-7 record with two games to play.






the making of sylvia fowles: lynx center still isn't done growing


there are a few things lynx coach cheryl reeve and all-star center sylvia fowles might disagree on.for example: the best motivational methods.reeve, as we know, has an edge. fowles, by her own description, runs a little cooler.“i’m very conservative,” she said, then allowed for an exception when she’s angered. “i do have a psycho mode.”but there is one thing on which they are on the same page. when fowles is aggressive, when she’s focused — perhaps when she enters psycho mode — she cannot be stopped.“no, no,” fowles said. “simple as that. no.” jeff wheeler, star tribune when lynx center sylvia fowles (left) is aggressive and focused, coach cheryl reeve says, she cannot be stopped. said reeve: “i couldn’t agree with that more.”and so the question: how best to get there?this is a big priorit






scoring or not, fowles leads lynx offense


on saturday, sylvia fowles continued her wnba-dominating season by scoring 26 points in the lynx's 100-77 victory over the seattle storm, which came into the game with a 4-1 record and hopes of ending minnesota's undefeated run.fowles had all of her points in the first half, which the lynx ended with a 25-point lead.but her presence dominated the second half, too.here's how, in the words of mike peden, who writes about the wnba on fansided's summitt hoops blog: the storm "adjusted their defensive scheme in the second half, doubling fowles when she touched the ball. that should prevent the lynx from scoring, right? wrong. rebekkah brunson and lindsay whalen took over. ... as the saying goes, when you apply a double team, someone has to be open."the lynx ended up shooting 59.4 percent from t






the making of sylvia fowles: lynx center still isn't done growing


there are a few things lynx coach cheryl reeve and all-star center sylvia fowles might disagree on.for example: the best motivational methods.reeve, as we know, has an edge. fowles, by her own description, runs a little cooler.“i’m very conservative,” she said, then allowed for an exception when she’s angered. “i do have a psycho mode.”but there is one thing on which they are on the same page. when fowles is aggressive, when she’s focused — perhaps when she enters psycho mode — she cannot be stopped.“no, no,” fowles said. “simple as that. no.” fowles said reeve: “i couldn’t agree with that more.”and so the question: how best to get there?this is a big priority for reeve as the lynx prepare for sunday’s season opener with chicago at xcel energy center.acquired in a midseason trade in 2015,






fowles-led late run lifts lynx over winless stars


sunday’s game at xcel energy center pitted the 10-1 lynx against the 0-13 san antonio stars. the league’s best team against the only team in the wnba yet to win a game. first against worst.so, naturally, what the crowd of 9,013 saw was a whistle-filled, pitched battle that went pretty much down to the wire.down nine points early in the fourth quarter, the lynx went on a 12-0 run to take a three-point lead on renee montgomery’s three with 6:17 left in the game.but it was center sylvia fowles who ultimately got it done in minnesota’s 87-78 win. pestered by foul troubles much of the game, fowles emerged in the fourth scoring 13 of her 22 points in the final 10 minutes to push the lethargic and, at times, sloppy lynx to victory.fowles finished with 22 points and 10 rebounds in 25 minutes of pl






fowles is western conference player of the week -- again


lynx center sylvia fowles was named western conference player of the week in games played through sunday. it was her third such award in four weeks this wnba season.while helping the undefeated lynx to a 2-0 record  in the week, fowles averaged 25.5 points, 10.0 rebounds and 3.5 assists in road victories over dallas and washington.fowles had 21 points and 11 rebounds in friday’s victory over the mystics. sunday against dallas she had 30 points and nine rebounds, tying her highest point total with the lynx.it was the eighth 30-point game of her career.fowles leads the wnba in shooting (66.1 percent) and is second in scoring (21.9), rebounding (10.1) and blocks (1.9).new york’s tina charles was named player of the week in the eastern conference.lindsay whalen poised to become wnba's all-time






fowles-led late run lifts lynx over winless stars


there were times in the past, lynx coach cheryl reeve said, when sylvia fowles would have let the frustration get to her, when a series of difficult calls would have sent her into a shell for the rest of the night.“there were times when she might have given in,’’ reeve said sunday.no more.there are a number of reasons why the lynx (11-1) were able to rally from nine down early in the fourth quarter to beat the 0-14 san antonio stars 87-78 in front of 9,013 at xcel energy center.there was backup point guard renee montgomery digging down defensively and slowing stars guard moriah jefferson’s roll. there was maya moore, who scored 13 of her 22 points in the fourth quarter, putting icing on the win with two late three-pointers.but let’s talk about fowles. on a night when the officials called 4






coach cheryl reeve sees lynx team weathering storm


when a team piles up as many victories as the lynx, it’s easy to forget the downturns. the current run of four losses in six games might seem surprising, until coach cheryl reeve offers a reminder of the three-game losing streak last season, or the 1-4 slump they endured along the way to the 2015 wnba championship.“we’ve experienced tough stretches every season,’’ reeve said monday. “we know what to do when you fall on tough times. and i see us with a look in our eye that makes me sleep well at night.’’that said, her dreams would be sweeter with a victory tuesday, when the lynx play phoenix at xcel energy center. with six games remaining in the regular season, injured starters lindsay whalen and rebekkah brunson still are unable to play, and a top-two playoff seed is not yet assured.reeve






lynx come up big down stretch, hold off phoenix 91-83


phoenix – the lynx countered every punch from phoenix with one of their own friday night.maya moore scored 21 points as the lynx survived a nip-and-tuck fourth quarter by beating the mercury 91-83 at talking stick resort arena.the mercury honored point guard diana taurasi as the wnba’s all-time leading scorer, giving away 5,000 bobbleheads while also installing a petting zoo full of goats to represent her as the greatest of all time. but taurasi and her teammates could not keep the lynx from improving to 12-1. they have won 10 in a row against phoenix, including playoff games.sylvia fowles had the edge on brittney griner in a matchup of the wnba’s premier centers. fowles had 17 points and seven rebounds for the lynx, while griner, saddled by foul trouble, finished with six points and three






threatening their record? fowles scores 30 as lynx move to 9-0


arlington, texas – a year after setting the wnba record for consecutive victories to open the season at 13, the lynx are coming home threatening to make another run at the mark.sylvia fowles continued her excellent start to the season with 30 points and nine rebounds, maya moore also had a season high with 23 points and the lynx beat the dallas wings 91-74 sunday to improve to 9-0.“i think our team’s identification when to get [fowles] the ball in good spots was really, really good,” lynx coach cheryl reeve said. “she was very patient down there, and was very hard to play against.”said fowles: “my teammates put me in the right place at the right time. running the floor every opportunity that i could get. most of the credit just goes to my teammates, just making sure i get the ball in the r






fowles scores season-high 30 as lynx thump dallas, move to 9-0


arlington, texas – a year after setting the wnba record for consecutive victories to open the season at 13, the lynx are coming home threatening to make another run at the mark.sylvia fowles continued her excellent start to the season with 30 points and nine rebounds, maya moore also had a season high with 23 points and the lynx beat the dallas wings 91-74 sunday to improve to 9-0.“i think our team’s identification when to get [fowles] the ball in good spots was really really good,” lynx coach cheryl reeve said. “she was very patient down there, and was very hard to play against.”said fowles: “my teammates put me in the right place at the right time. running the floor every opportunity that i could get. most of the credit just goes to my teammates, just making sure i get the ball in the ri






lynx opens season by stopping sky; sylvia fowles scores 26


halftime, xcel energy center, sunday night, lynx locker room: a film by cheryl reeve.reeve's team was ahead, but not by enough. the lynx had led from the opening tip, but there were problems. perhaps the biggest was defensive rebounding.or the lack of it.so the coach dimmed the lights and showed the film of each of the 12 offensive rebounds the chicago sky had grabbed while the lynx were either out of the picture (literally), or out of sorts."she showed all of them," seimone augustus said. "every single one of them." jeff wheeler • [email protected] lynx center sylvia fowles, right, and sky forward cheyenne parker chased after a loose ball in the first quarter of sunday’s wnba opener at xcel energy center. it would have been interesting to hear reeve's soundtrack.in that






sylvia fowles' double-double leads lynx over phoenix


phoenix - coming off an embarrassing 24-point road loss to the chicago sky, the lynx re-asserted themselves friday night as the best team in the wnba.minnesota routed phoenix 88-71 at talking stick resort arena as sylvia fowles won her much ballyhooed matchup at center with brittney griner.fowles had an efficient 18 points — making eight of 12 shots from the field — and had 10 rebounds. fowles, in her 10th pro season, needs just five more points to reach 4,000 for her career. griner, who came in averaging a league-high 22.8 points per game, had 15 points but only four rebounds. she suffered a left leg injury early in the fourth quarter and did not return after being helped off the court.two other minnesota players also had huge games. maya moore, coming off an eight-point game vs. the sky






lynx ride first-half spurt to crush stars


playing their third straight winless opponent, the lynx took some time to get going sunday night.eventually, though, they did. a 12-0 run from the end of the first quarter into the second erased a seven-point san antonio lead. then center sylvia fowles scored eight of her 14 points in the third quarter as the lynx beat the stars 80-66 at xcel energy center in front of an announced crowd of 9,034.it was minnesota's 14th straight home win against san antonio (0-5). and it kept the lynx (6-0) the wnba's only undefeated team.fowles had 12 rebounds. seimone augustus hit on six of eight shots for 12 points with four assists. maya moore and rebekkah brunson each had 13 points. natasha howard scored 10 off the bench. point guards lindsay whalen (10) and renee montgomery (seven) combined for 17 ass






lynx dealt first loss of season after nine victories


for the first time since may 28, the minnesota lynx returned to the xcel energy center on saturday night.but the team couldn't have looked familiar to the announced crowd of 10,121.beat up on the boards, run ragged on defense, the lynx saw their winning streak to start the season end at nine in a 98-93 loss to a connecticut sun team that has won four consecutive and five of six."it's not often that we shoot 51.4 percent, 43.8 [on three-pointers], score 93 points and lose," lynx coach cheryl reeve said.true."their offense was better than our defense," maya moore said. fowles also true.looking to start a season with 10 or more victories for the third time in six seasons, the lynx — who had beaten the sun (5-5) twice before saturday — ran into a hot team that shot 55.4 percent, easily the hig






lynx dealt first loss of season after nine victories


for the first time since may 28, the lynx returned to the xcel energy center on saturday night.but the team couldn't have looked familiar to the announced crowd of 10,121.beat up on the boards, run ragged on defense, the lynx saw their winning streak to start the season end at nine in a 98-93 loss to a connecticut sun team that has won four games in a row and five of six."it's not often that we shoot 51.4 percent, 43.8 [on three-pointers], score 93 points and lose," lynx coach cheryl reeve said.true."their offense was better than our defense," maya moore said. fowles also true.looking to start a season with 10 or more victories for the third time in six seasons, the lynx — who had beaten the sun (5-5) twice before saturday — ran into a hot team that shot 55.4 percent, easily the highest by






sylvia fowles' play most important reason lynx remain unbeaten


there are a lot of reasons why the lynx, 5-0, are the wnba's only undefeated team. the team's defense has been very good. minnesota's net rating — taking into account offensive and defensive ratings — is best in the league.seimone augustus has started strong, as has rebekkah brunson. maya moore is still trying to find her shot, but is at or near career bests in assists, rebounds and steals.but here's the main reason: sylvia fowles."sylvia is not the only reason," lynx coach cheryl reeve said of her center. "but she's the no. 1 reason."fowles has been named the wnba's defensive player of the year three times and a first- or second-team all-wnba pick five times. she was challenged by reeve before training camp to go from being a very good player to a dominant one.always a strong defender, fo






sylvia fowles' play most important reason lynx remain unbeaten


there are a lot of reasons why the lynx, 5-0, are the wnba’s only undefeated team. the team’s defense has been very good. minnesota’s net rating — taking into account offensive and defensive ratings — is best in the league.seimone augustus has started strong, as has rebekkah brunson. maya moore is still trying to find her shot, but is at or near career bests in assists, rebounds and steals.but here’s the main reason: sylvia fowles.“sylvia is not the only reason,” lynx coach cheryl reeve said of her center. “but she’s the no. 1 reason.”fowles has been named the wnba’s defensive player of the year three times and a first- or second-team all-wnba pick five times. she was challenged by reeve before training camp to go from being a very good player to a dominant one.always a strong defender, fo






lynx roll at seattle behind monster first half


seattle – good teams, not-so-good teams … the lynx have beaten them all so far this season.the lynx set one franchise record and tied another in a dominant first half saturday night, getting another huge performance from sylvia fowles in beating the seattle storm 100-77 at keyarena.the lynx scored 32 points in each of the first two quarters and improved to 7-0, one year after setting the wnba record by winning their first 13 games.fowles finished with 26 points and seven rebounds — all of it in the first half — her fourth double-double in five games.fowles, the wnba’s western conference player of the month for may, shot 10-for-11 from the floor in the half, which ended with the lynx leading 64-39. they made 26 field goals to break the franchise record of made field goals in any half by one






lynx roll at seattle behind monster first half


seattle – good teams, not-so-good teams … the lynx have beaten them all so far this season.the lynx set one franchise record and tied another in a dominant first half saturday night, getting another huge performance from sylvia fowles in beating the seattle storm 100-77 at keyarena.the lynx scored 32 points in each of the first two quarters and improved to 7-0, one year after setting the wnba record by winning their first 13 games.fowles finished with 26 points and seven rebounds — all of it in the first half — her fourth double-double in five games.fowles, the wnba’s western conference player of the month for may, shot 10-for-11 from the floor in the half, which ended with the lynx leading 64-39. they made 26 field goals to break the franchise record of made field goals in any half by one






lynx media day


jerry holt – star tribunegallery: lynx players maya moore left, sylvia fowles, seimone augustus, lindsay whalen and rebekkah brunson joked around during minnesota lynx media day at mayo clinic square on monday may 1, 2017 in minneapolis.






sylvia fowles' double-double leads lynx over phoenix


phoenix - coming off an embarrassing 24-point road loss to the chicago sky six days earlier, the lynx reasserted themselves friday night as the best team in the wnba.the lynx routed phoenix 88-71 at talking stick resort arena as sylvia fowles won another much-ballyhooed matchup at center with phoenix's brittney griner.fowles had an efficient 18 points — making eight of 12 shots from the field — and had 10 rebounds. it was her ninth double-double of this season and the 116th of her career — third most all-time behind lisa leslie and tina charles. fowles, in her 10th pro season, needs just five more points to reach 4,000 for her career."the physicality that she receives every night, the attention that she's going to draw because of how well she's playing, it's much harder than it even appear






fowles scores 26 points, undefeated lynx rout storm 100-77


seattle — sylvia fowles scored 26 points on 10-of-12 shooting, rebekkah brunson made 9 of 10 shots from the field and finished with 21 points and the minnesota lynx beat the seattle storm 100-77 on saturday night.lindsay whalen added 19 points on 8-of-10 shooting, and seimone augustus had 13 points for minnesota (7-0), the lynx have won 10 of 11 games against the storm (4-2).after seattle's crystal langhorne opened the scoring with a 3-point play, fowles made back-to-back layups to give the lynx the lead for good. plenette pierson's basket gave minnesota a 34-23 lead early in the second quarter and seattle trailed by double figures the rest of the way.langhorne and alysha clark scored 16 points apiece and combined to shoot 13 of 16 from the field for the storm. the rest of the team shot ju






fowles scores 26 points, undefeated lynx rout storm 100-77


seattle — sylvia fowles scored 26 points on 10-of-12 shooting, rebekkah brunson made 9 of 10 shots from the field and finished with 21 points and the minnesota lynx beat the seattle storm 100-77 on saturday night.lindsay whalen added 19 points on 8-of-10 shooting, and seimone augustus had 13 points for minnesota (7-0). the lynx have won 10 of 11 games against the storm (4-2).after seattle's crystal langhorne opened the scoring with a 3-point play, fowles made back-to-back layups to give the lynx the lead for good. plenette pierson's basket gave minnesota a 34-23 lead early in the second quarter and seattle trailed by double figures the rest of the way.langhorne and alysha clark scored 16 points apiece and combined to shoot 13 of 16 from the field for the storm. the rest of the team shot ju






lynx improve to 5-0 with impressive victory at connecticut


uncasville, conn. – after a couple of narrow victories in their previous two games, the lynx had little trouble friday — even with maya moore having an off night.center sylvia fowles had 20 points and nine rebounds, rebekkah brunson and reserve renee montgomery each added 11 points and the lynx improved to 5-0 with an 82-68 victory over the connecticut sun at the mohegan sun arena.“[fowles] didn’t finish that great,” lynx coach cheryl reeve said, “but she was pretty efficient to score 20 points in 21 minutes. she made some free throws and got some offensive boards.”said sun coach curt miller about fowles: “she’s a dominant presence that you can play through. we tried to tweak some things from the last time, but she established her presence really early.”moore, the former university of conn






fowles scores 26 points, lynx beat sky 70-61 in opener


minneapolis — sylvia fowles had 26 points and 10 rebounds and the minnesota lynx beat the chicago sky 70-61 on sunday night in the season opener for both teams.fowles had seven points in the fourth quarter, scoring each time after the sky twice pulled within three points. rebekkah brunson scored four straight to give minnesota a 69-59 lead with 2:20 remaining.maya moore added 11 points, but was 1 of 11 from 3-point range, for the lynx, who lost in the wnba finals last year and are ranked second in the ap preseason poll. fowles, who began her career with chicago, also had four steals and three blocks.tamara young scored 14 points, and jessica breland had 11 points and 10 rebounds for the sky, ranked 10th in the poll. they never led.amber stocks was short-handed in her coaching debut. chicag






fowles scores season-high 30 as lynx thump dallas, move to 9-0


arlington, texas – sylvia fowles scored a season-high 30 points and the minnesota lynx beat the dallas wings 91-74 on sunday to remain the wnba’s only unbeaten team.fowles was 14-of-19 shooting in posting her league-leading seventh game this season of at least 20 points for the lynx (9-0). maya moore had five 3-pointers and added 23 points and rebekkah brunson added 13 points and 14 rebounds. the lynx shot 53 percent and had 30 assists, nine from seimone augustus, to go with their 38 field goals.karima christmas-kelly had 21 points for dallas (4-6), which was just 3 of 17 from the arc and outrebounded 40-24.minnesota led at halftime by 14. dallas was within eight late in the third quarter but brunson restored a 10-point lead with a basket and the lynx remained in front by double figures.th






fowles' double-double helps lynx beat stars 80-66


saint paul, minn. — sylvia fowles had 14 points and 12 rebounds and four other minnesota players scored in double figures to help the lynx beat the san antonio stars 80-66 on sunday night.fowles made 6 of 8 shots from the field and finished with her fourth double-double of the season in just 23 minutes. maya moore and rebekka brunson added 13 points apiece, seimone augustus scored 12 and natasha howard 10 for minnesota (6-0). the lynx, who won their first 13 games last season, have a 23-game win streak in the month of may.kayla alexander's jumper gave the stars (0-5) a seven-point lead late in the first quarter, but the lynx scored the next 12 points — and outscored san antonio 46-17 in the second and third quarters combined. minnesota cruised from there.kayla mcbride scored 18 points for






lynx dealt first loss of season after nine victories


for the first time since may 28, the lynx returned to the xcel energy center on saturday night.but the team couldn’t have looked familiar to the announced crowd of 10,121.beat up on the boards, run ragged on defense, the lynx saw their winning streak to start the season end at nine in a 98-93 loss to a connecticut sun team that has won four games in a row and five of six.“it’s not often that we shoot 51.4 percent, 43.8 [on three-pointers], score 93 points and lose,” lynx coach cheryl reeve said.true.“their offense was better than our defense,” maya moore said.connecticut 98, lynx 93 friday: 7 p.m. vs. washington (espn2)also true.looking to start a season with 10 or more victories for the third time in six seasons, the lynx — who had beaten the sun (5-5) twice before saturday — ran into a h






lynx come up big down stretch to hold off phoenix


phoenix – the lynx countered every punch from phoenix with one of their own friday night.maya moore scored 21 points as the lynx survived a nip-and-tuck fourth quarter by beating the mercury 91-83 at talking stick resort arena.the mercury honored point guard diana taurasi as the wnba’s all-time leading scorer, including a petting zoo full of goats to represent her being the greatest of all time. but taurasi and her teammates could not keep the lynx from improving to 11-1 on the season.sylvia fowles had the edge on brittney griner in a matchup of the wnba’s premier centers. fowles had 17 points and seven rebounds for the lynx, while griner, saddled by foul trouble, finished with only six points and three rebounds in 20-plus minutes. griner entered the night averaging a career-best 23.1 poin






lynx beat sun for 2nd time in 3 days, 82-68


uncasville, conn. — sylvia fowles had 20 points and nine rebounds to help the minnesota lynx beat the connecticut sun for the second time in three days, 82-68 on friday night.minnesota has won 22 straight games in the month of may since 2012. the lynx beat the sun 80-78 on tuesday night in minnesota.rebekkah brunson and renee montgomery each scored 11 points for minnesota (5-0), ranked second in the ap power poll. fowles entered with double-doubles in three of her first four games.maya moore missed her first seven field goals and finally got a baseline jumper to fall with 8:40 left in the fourth quarter. she finished with seven points and 11 rebounds to help the lynx control the glass by a 43-27 margin.the lynx led 42-26 at halftime after holding the sun to 25.7 percent shooting. minnesota






lynx opens season by stopping sky


halftime, xcel energy center, sunday night, lynx locker room: a film by cheryl reeve.reeve’s team was ahead, but not by enough. the lynx had led from the opening tip, but there were problems. perhaps the biggest was defensive rebounding.or the lack of it.so the coach dimmed the lights and showed the film of each of the 12 offensive rebounds the chicago sky had grabbed while the lynx were either out of the picture (literally), or out of sorts.“she showed all of them,” seimone augustus said. “every single one of them.” jeff wheeler • [email protected] lynx center sylvia fowles, right, and sky forward cheyenne parker chased after a loose ball in the first quarter of sunday’s wnba opener at xcel energy center. it would have been interesting to hear reeve’s soundtrack.in that






augustus expands skills, remains wnba force for lynx


seimone augustus was joking around after a recent practice, days after she had dished out nine assists in the lynx’s victory at dallas. she was asked what stood out for her about that game.“i should have gotten that 10th assist,” she joked. “i think the scorers might have messed up.”this is significant.think of augustus, and the first thing that comes to mind is still that killer crossover move, the one she’s used to score 5,250 points in 303 games over 11-plus seasons. the visual is still of augustus, hair flying, ball in hand, breaking down a defender.it might be time to alter that image.through 10 games and a 9-1 record, augustus is having one of her best and most well-rounded seasons. ever. still one of the team’s best shooters, she has become one of its better facilitators.because of






sluggish lynx opens season by stopping sky


halftime, xcel energy center, sunday night, lynx locker room: a film by cheryl reeve.reeve’s team was ahead, but not by enough. the lynx had led from the opening tip, but there were problems. perhaps the biggest was defensive rebounding.or the lack of it.so the coach dimmed the lights and showed the film of each of the 12 offensive rebounds the chicago sky had grabbed while the lynx were either out of the picture (literally), or out of sorts.“she showed all of them,” seimone augustus said. “every single one of them.”it would have been interesting to hear reeve’s soundtrack. jeff wheeler • [email protected] lynx center sylvia fowles, right, and sky forward cheyenne parker chased after a loose ball in the first quarter of sunday’s wnba opener at xcel energy center. in that






wnba game preview - connecticut v minnesota | lynx


5:00 pm pt6:00 pm mt7:00 pm ct8:00 pm et0:00 gmt8:00 5:00 pm mst7:00 pm est4:00 uae (+1)02:0020:00 et7:00 pm ctnan: , may 23, 2017xcel energy center, st. paul, minnesotasun, lynx meet for first of two matchups this weekdefending champion sparks lead ap power poll, lynx secondwhalen, moore, augustus, fowles, reeve to get olympic ringsshort-handed mercury look to slow charles, libertysun, lynx meet for first of two matchups this weekwings add erin phillips in front office after waiving aussiejewell loyd scores 26 points, storm beat mystics 81-71dolson helps sky pull away late, beat dream 75-71mercury's diana taurasi suspended a game for forearm hitfowles, augustus lift lynx over wings 89-87johnson leads fever's 4th-quarter rally in 81-79 winthree games into the wnba season, the minnesota lyn






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every relationship experiences some conflict. some experience more than others, some are playful, and some are hateful. then there are those that are never ending patterns of conflict that seem impossible to break.if you do want to stop the cycle of conflict, consider these 10 steps to bring harmony back to your relationship. note that this doesn’t only apply to parents and friends, these can apply to conflicts at work as well.cool down time. if you’ve found yourself in a heated argument, the best thing you can do is walk away for a little while. blow off some steam with a walk or by talking things out with a clear headed friend. if you just need some rest, take a nap or a meditation nap.before going separate ways, take a deep breath and agree to discuss the issue later. the whole goal of