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Topic - Maya Moore
The Minnesota Lynx's second-half surge happened so quickly that Maya Moore was caught unaware when she looked up at the scoreboard.
Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore has been named the Western Conference Player of the Week.
Maya Moore had been unstoppable on offense through Minnesota's first four games. It was her stellar defense that kept the Lynx undefeated.
A collision with a teammate sent Maya Moore to the bench, and even that didn't slow her down in the end.
Maya Moore scored 30 points on a record-setting night as the Minnesota Lynx defeated the New York Liberty 87-82 on Saturday.
The defending WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx needed every one of Maya Moore's career-high 38 points to beat the Tulsa Shock.
Even when she's struggling, Minnesota Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen implores her teammates to have faith in her game.
WNBA Finals MVP Maya Moore was in top form in her first regular-season game since leading the Minnesota Lynx to their second title in three seasons.
Moore had 34 points and nine rebounds and the Lynx opened with an 89-77 victory over the Washington Mystics on Friday night.
They have two championships in the last three seasons, a talented core that has been together going on four years and a hard-driving head coach who demands precision in everything they do.
Breanna Stewart picked up right where she left off as a freshman. Connecticut's versatile star has had a stellar sophomore year.
UConn's Bria Hartley has never had a 40-point game or a triple-double.
Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker has won the WNBA MVP, according to a person familiar with the situation.
This is always the way it was supposed to be for Maya Moore.
Los Angeles Sparks forward Candace Parker won the WNBA MVP on Thursday, making her the fifth player in league history to receive the award twice.
"This game was a tale of two halves, really, just not being the aggressor in the first half," said Moore, who was recognized before the game for winning the WNBA finals MVP award last season. "We started off offensively OK, but defensively we were never where we needed to be, letting them score too many points. I was just trying to be aggressive. Sometimes, you have to take some chances, just lock in and be focused."
"I took two tests and got A's on both so it hasn't been too bad," said Moore, who has over a 3.7 GPA. "The only glitch is that the internet has been spotty at times, making Skype-ing more difficult."