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Minnesota/Seattle Postgame Notes

September 12, 2019 - Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) - Minnesota Lynx News Release

Lynx Notes

The 2019 Lynx season ends with an 84-74 loss to the Seattle Storm. Tonight marked the second straight postseason falling in the opening round.

Napheesa Collier shined in her WNBA Playoff debut, notching her first career playoff double-double with 19 points on an efficient 8-of-11 shooting and 10 rebounds. Collier added three assists and two steals.

Collier became the second rookie in WNBA Playoff history to notch a double-double in their debut (Tamika Catchings on August 16, 2002).

Collier became the third rookie in WNBA Playoff history to have at least 19 points and 10 rebounds in a playoff game, joining Tamika Catchings (2x in 2002) and Candace Parker (2008).

Sylvia Fowles joined Collier with a double-double of her own as she finished with 14 points and a game-high 11 rebounds. Tonight marked the sixth time this season two Lynx teammates recorded a double-double in the same game and the eighth time in Lynx playoff history.

Damiris Dantas scored a team-high 20 points on 8-of-13 shooting and six rebounds. Dantas surpassed her previous playoff-high of two points on August 31, 2014 Minnesota at Phoenix.

Seimone Augustus logged 21:08 minutes tonight off the bench, finishing with six points and three rebounds. Tonight marked Augustus' 57th career playoff game, moving into sole possession of seventh place in WNBA history in playoff games played.

Minnesota outrebounded Seattle 38-28, moving to 100-19 all-time when outboarding the opposition by double figures, including a 78-7 mark since 2011.

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