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The Lynx, the WNBA’s only undefeated team (6-0), having gone 23-0 in May dating back to 2012, now has five days off before playing in Seattle Saturday.Here are some thoughts on the game tonight: --Points guards Lindsay Whalen and Renee Montgomery combined to score four points on 1-for-14 shooting.The advice is tailored to your personal style and preference, whether you want to be the life of the party, or the strong silent type.

Sunday the Lynx were up 28 at one point over the winless San Antonio Stars, and were up 25 mid-fourth, when coach Cheryl Reeve emptied the bench.He has well over 30 years of community service, starting with the Southside Youth Neighborhood Organization (SYNO), which he and three colleagues started in the mid-70's focusing on various community projects and family development.In the late-80's he managed youth programs at Bernadette's Teen Club in the Uptown YWCA, which included after-school tutoring, aerobics, cultural activities, sports and weekend social events. His involvement in boxing dates back to amateur boxing as a child, boxing for the Pillsbury House and the Phyllis Wheatley Center coached by Eddie Lacey, Danny Davis ,as well as his father, the late Bishop Stanley Neil Frazier (Church of God in Christ) and later at the Lake Street Gym and 7th Street Gym under Bob Porter and Gilbert Mitchell, Sr.--Seimone Augustus’ strong start continued tonight. She scored 12 points on 6-for-8 shooting, had four assists and two rebounds.She was the lone starter playing with reserves when the Lynx took control of the game in a 12-0 run that began late in the first quarter.