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Tickets for Lynx playoff game now on sale

Minnesota Lynx's Layshia Clarendon (7) is defended by Chicago Sky's Dana Evans (11) during the second half of a WNBA basketball game Tuesday, June 15, 2021, in Minneapolis. Chicago won 105-89. Photo: AP Photo/Stacy Bengs. Minnesota Lynx's Layshia Clarendon (7) is defended by Chicago Sky's Dana Evans (11) during the second half of a WNBA basketball game Tuesday, June 15, 2021, in Minneapolis. Chicago won 105-89.

KSTP Sports
Updated: September 21, 2021 05:54 PM
Created: September 21, 2021 05:12 PM

Tickets for the Minnesota Lynx's single-elimination playoff game on Sunday are now on sale.

The Lynx secured the No. 3 seed and a first-round bye in the playoffs with their win this past Sunday. They will now play a single-elimination game against the lower-seed winner of the first round this coming Sunday at Target Center.

The winner of the single-elimination game will advance to play either top-seeded Connecticut or the No. 2 seed Las Vegas Aces.

This is Minnesota's 11th consecutive postseason appearance, which is the longest active streak in the WNBA.

"We are incredibly excited and proud to be entering the WNBA playoffs for our 11th season in a row," Lynx President of Business Operations Carley Knox said. "We have safely been building back our in-arena crowds and are hopeful that Lynx fans come out in full force during playoffs to support this amazing team. It's time to once again pack Our House!"

Tickets can be found online or by calling 612-673-8400.

Timing for Sunday's game will be announced at a later time.


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