News

Moore, Lynx blast Storm

Moore, Lynx blast Storm

Seattle Storm coach Brian Agler directs his team Photo: Associated Press/AP Photo/Alex Brandon

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Maya Moore scored 16 of her game-high 26 points in the third quarter Sunday to lead the Minnesota Lynx to a 77-60 victory over the Seattle Storm.

Janel McCarville scored 13 points while Devereaux Peters added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Lynx (16-6), who won their third straight and have the best home record in the league at 9-1.

Camille Little led Seattle (9-14) with 17 points, while Temeka Johnson added 12 for the Storm, who have lost four of six.

Moore, who leads the WNBA in scoring at 23.7 points per game, opened the third quarter with a nine-point spurt in the first 2 minutes to push the Lynx to a 41-28 lead.

She hit a 3-pointer off the second-half tip, stole a pass and drove the length of the court for a layup, then hit a pair of jumpers.

 

Copyright 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

Recent Headlines

in Entertainment, Lifestyle

Kirsten Dunst criticizes Apple over naked photo leak

Updated
Kirsten Dunst arrives at the 'Charles James: Beyond Fashion' Costume Institute Gala at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Kirsten Dunst was among a number of celebrities targeted by a hacker who published reams of explicit personal pictures on the Internet.

in National, World

U.S. forces carry out operation against al Shabaab

shabaab

U.S. military forces carried out an operation on Monday against al Shabaab militants in Somalia.

in Sports

Tuesday’s Sports Minute

serena

Here is a look at the sports news you'll be talking about today, Tuesday, Sept. 2.

in Sports

Sam fails to secure spot on Rams practice squad

michaelsam

Defensive end Michael Sam's bid to become the first openly gay player in the NFL looks even more remote.

in Lifestyle

Study: High-action TV shows lead to more snacking

tv

Watching high-energy TV programs might make watching calories harder, a new study suggests.