Barely a week after waiving forward Lynetta Kizer, the Lynx have re-signed her to a 10-day contract, the team announced Thursday. 

Kizer was released June 30. She struggled to make an impact for the team. Kizer averaged only 1.8 points and 1.6 rebounds in 12 games this season. 

She was waived before July 1, when non-guaranteed contracts become guaranteed. In the meanwhile, the Lynx did not sign anyone else to replace her on the roster.

The hope when signing Kizer this offseason was that she would be a reliable backup to starting power forward Rebekkah Brunson. However, Kizer played a total of six minutes during the team's six-game winning streak. 

The Lynx host the Los Angeles Sparks tonight at Target Center. After piling up seven straight wins, they took a shocking, 71-59 loss to the Indiana Fever on Tuesday. 

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