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WNBA Preview: Atlanta Dream (0-1) at Minnesota Lynx (0-1)

Hostile troubles prompted season-opening misfortunes for the Atlanta Dream and Minnesota Lynx. When these two teams meet on Tuesday night in Minneapolis, one of them will win for the first time.

Saturday’s 85-78 loss to Dallas saw the Dream shoot 35.4 percent from the field and commit 19 turnovers.

At halftime, Atlanta was 47-30 behind.

The Dream slowly decreased the deficiency and got inside three focuses with a little more than a moment remaining yet couldn’t polish off the rebound.

Rhyne Howard led the Dream with 20 places and 10 bounce back yet shot 8-for-24 from the field. While scoring 18 points and grabbing 11 rebounds, Cheyenne Parker committed six errors.

Danielle Robinson, reserve guard, suffered a knee injury in the opening game.

Due to a terrible second quarter, the Lynx lost to the Chicago Sky 77-66 on Friday. The Lynx were outscored 22-3 during those 10 minutes and trailed 44-27 at the break.

Minnesota had 21 turnovers and a 33.3 percent shooting percentage for the game.

Kayla McBride and Napheesa Collier scored 29 points each, but they only made 9 of 26 field goals.

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