Have you ever dreamed of watching a Minnesota franchise win a world championship? Tickets are still available for Thursday night’s decisive Game 5 of the WNBA Finals at Target Center, though they're going fast.

The Lynx, playing for back-to-back WNBA titles, host Los Angeles for the winner-take-all final game at 7 p.m. The Minnesota franchise has won three of the last five league championships and can tie Houston for the most titles (four) in WNBA history.

The lower bowl is sold out Lynx staff said Wednesday morning, but tickets are available in the upper bowl for $31. Tickets can be purchased through the Target Center box office, the Lynx website, or on the secondary market. The first 10,000 fans to arrive at Thursday's game will receive a free WNBA Finals T-shirt. 

"Since Sunday’s Game 4 win over the Los Angeles Sparks, the Lynx organization has had incredible response from Lynx fans across the entire region," a statement from the team read Wednesday. "The community is clearly excited about Game 5 and we are selling tickets at a fast pace but we still have seats available for fans who want to come out and support the team as it looks to capture its fourth WNBA title.  We encourage fans to visit [our website] to purchase tickets for Game 5 and help us PACK the house!"

The Lynx set an attendance record at last year’s Game 5 with a crowd of 18,993. A Target Center basketball sellout is 19,356

The Lynx announced 12,113 attended Game 1 and 12,832 for Game 2 of the 2016 WNBA Finals at Target Center. A lower-level sellout is 9,181.

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