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Previews: Lynx look for 7th straight win over Wings to start must-see WNBA Sunday

#SundayFunday promises some exciting WNBA matches and rematches to start July off right!

Maya Moore and Lynx looking to take down Skylar Diggins-Smith and the Wings in Sunday’s matchup

Five WNBA games fill out your Sunday schedule, tipping off at 4 p.m. ET and lasting through most of the night. There’s a Aces-Sparks rematch, the Lynx taking on a talented Wings team looking for more consistency, an intriguing Storm-Sun matchup and much more!

Let’s get to it.

Minnesota Lynx (9-6) vs. Dallas Wings (7-7)

When: Sunday, July 1, 4 p.m. ET

Where: College Park Center

How to watch: League Pass, FSSW-DAL+, Fox Sport North plus

Storylines to follow:

The Lynx are headed to Texas in pursuit of their 7th straight win. With the consistent play from Maya Moore and Sylvia Fowles and the upswing of shooting from Lindsey Whalen, the Lynx will continue to be a tough opponent on the road. Fowles will have to battle it out on the boards against Wings’ Liz Cambage in the paint.

All-Star duo Skylar Diggins-Smith, Liz Cambage and the Wings are looking for a win over the Lynx after a victory against the Las Vegas Aces on the road. A key to protecting homecourt for the Wings will be valuable minutes from their bench and staying engaged the entire game on defense.

Las Vegas Aces (6-11) vs. LA Sparks (11-5)

When: Sunday, July 1, 5 p.m. ET

Where: Staples Center

How to watch: League Pass, SPECSN

Storylines to follow:

A’ja Wilson and the Aces will have to be poised in this rematch with the LA Sparks at Staples Center on Sunday. Wilson put on a phenomenal offensive performance on Friday night in Vegas to beat the Sparks with 29 points and 9 rebounds in 35 minutes of play. The starting five for the Aces will have to continue their continuity in scoring to win on the road vs. the Sparks.

Candace Parker and the Sparks will be out for revenge at home vs. the Aces. The Sparks need to find a way to contain Wilson scoring at will to be able to win the game. The Sparks have to find a way to cover the loss of offense in the absence of Nneka Ogwumike and Sydney Wiese.

Atlanta Dream (7-8) vs. Indiana Fever (1-15)

When: Sunday, July 1, 5 p.m. ET

Where: Bankers Life Fieldhouse

How to watch: League Pass, WNDY

Storylines to follow:

Coming off a tough road loss to the Minnesota Lynx, the Dream will be looking for a W vs. the struggling Indiana Fever. With solid shooting percentages from all scorer’s on the Dream, they will have to maintain offensive consistency to take down the Fever.

On Sunday, the Indiana Fever will be celebrating Pride Night and looking for their second win on the season vs. the Dream. With a disappointing 2018 campaign thus far, the Fever will need strong play from Kelsey Mitchell and Candace Dupree on both ends of the court to lift them over the Dream. Rebounding and limiting turnovers will be crucial in a win for the Fever.

New York Liberty (4-11) vs. Chicago Sky (6-9)

When: Sunday, July 1, 6 p.m. ET

Where: Wintrust Arena

How to watch: League Pass, The U Too, MSG+

Storylines to follow:

After losing a hard fought game to the Sky on Friday night, Tina Charles and the Liberty are looking to bounce back with a rematch win on Sunday. In the tough matchup with the Sky, the Liberty will need to convert steals into points and get more aggressive on the defensive boards to pull out the win.

Rookie Diamond DeShields put on a strong offensive performance in the win vs. the Liberty on Friday night and will have maintain consistency to win the rematch on Sunday. The Sky will have to continue their continuity in scoring and limit their turnovers to get another win over the Liberty.

Connecticut Sun (9-6) vs. Seattle Storm (11-5)

When: Sunday, July 1, 7 p.m. ET

Where: KeyArena

How to watch: League Pass, JOETV, NBCSB

Storylines to follow:

Coming off a win vs. the Indiana Fever, the Sun are looking for the same outcome against the Storm. The Sun will need big performances from Chiney Ogwumike and Jonquel Jones to get the win. Consistent scoring from starting five and the bench are necessary for the Sun vs. the Storm.

The Seattle Storm are playing great team basketball and continue to be led by Breanna Stewart and Sue Bird. If these two teams match up in scoring from the floor, it will come down to execution in Sunday’s game.