Stars are blown out in Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS — Natasha Howard scored 21 points and the Minnesota Lynx ended a three-game skid with a 91-68 win over the Stars on Saturday night.
The Stars (4-13) got no closer after the break than their 19-point halftime deficit, and the Lynx had their largest margin at 75-43 with 8:51 left in the game.
Kayla Alexander had 11 points and Moriah Jefferson 10 for the Stars, who won their first road game on Friday night in Indiana.
The Lynx (14-3) led the entire way, with Maya Moore and Jia Perkins adding 14 points each. Moore avoided the first four-game losing streak of her career.
Lindsay Whalen scored 12 and Rebekkah Brunson had eight points and 12 rebounds. Minnesota opened the season with 13 straight wins — a WNBA record for best start — but lost two last week and dropped another on Wednesday night in overtime to New York.