Lynx vs. Seattle: 6 p.m., Target Center • TV: FSN (106.1-FM)
After four days between games and three practices, the Lynx still struggled while losing Friday in Seattle, the second loss to the Storm in two road games this season. Now the Lynx get a shot at Seattle at home. Minnesota struggled on offense Friday, shooting a season-low 39.7 percent and hitting just three of 10 three-pointers. F Maya Moore, who played 38 of a possible 40 minutes Friday, scored 20 points with 10 rebounds, her fifth double-double this season. But C Janel McCarville and G Seimone Augustus were 2-for-10 from the field. The Lynx are 5-1 at home this season, but they are 4-5 overall since starting the season 7-0.
Forward Camille Little scored a career-high 31 points Friday, shooting 11-for-15. She has scored in double figures in eight of the past 10 games. The Storm shot 10-for-24 on three-pointers. Jenna O’Hea hit a career-high five, for a season-high 15 points. The Storm has held the Lynx to its two lowest point totals of the season, 62 and 71 points.