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The Minnesota Lynx took a 2–1 lead in the WNBA Finals over the Indiana Fever on Friday thanks to a last-second three-pointer from forward Maya Moore.

By SI Wire
October 09, 2015

The Minnesota Lynx took a 2–1 lead in the WNBA Finals over the Indiana Fever on Friday thanks to a last-second three-pointer from forward Maya Moore.

With 1.7 seconds remaining in a 77–77 game, Moore got free on the left wing to catch an inbound pass from teammate Lindsay Whalen. After faking out her defender, Moore launched a three from the top of the key, releasing the ball with just .1-second left, and sunk it to give the Lynx an 80–77 win.

Moore finished with 24 points on 10-of-18 shooting in 22 minutes, with seven rebounds.

The series heads to Indiana on Sunday for Game 4.

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