President Obama will host the WNBA’s Minnesota Lynx at the White House on Thursday to celebrate the team’s 2013 championship.
The event is scheduled for 12:50 p.m. Twin Cities time.
The Lynx swept through the 2013 playoffs without losing a game, claiming their second Women’s National Basketball Association championship in three years.
The squad visited the White House in September 2012 to celebrate their previous championship.
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