So how did the Lynx take a 22-0 lead against Seattle in their last game, on June 9. Here's how:

2-0  Rookie Maya Moore steals the ball after the center jump and scores on a layup

4-0 Rebekkah Brunson makes a jumper near the free throw line; Lindsay Whalen gets an assist

6-0 Whalen scores on a 12-feet step-back jumper from the lane

8-0 Taj WcWilliams-Franklin scores on a layup, assist to Seimone Augustus

10-0 Brunson scores inside. Lynx have five baskets on five possessions. This time, though, Augustus misses a shot, but Moore gets the offensive rebounds and Whalen gets her second assist on Brunson's basket

12-0  Brunson scores on a rebound after Whalen misses a shot.

13-0 Brunson makes the second of two free throw attempts, giving her seven points. Lynx have scord on seven consecutive possessions

15-0 After two scoreless possessions, Augustus makes a shot just inside the arc. McWilliams-Franklin with the assist

17-0 McWilliams-Franklin scores inside. Whalen gets her third assist.

20-0 Whalen makes a three-pointer, Brunson with assist

22-0 Brunson scores on a fastbreak layup, Moore with assist.

And that was a Lynx record for consecutive points, 22 in a row. It took 6 minutes, 47 seconds. In the run, Brunson had nine points, seven rebounds and one assist.

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The Lynx won the game 81-74 to improve their record to 3-1.