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In the News: Fever to play in WNBA preseason tourney

Fever to play in preseason tourney

NEW YORK – Four WNBA teams will take part in a preseason tournament in Orlando over Mother’s Day weekend.

The Indiana Fever will play the Chicago Sky in the opener May 9, with the Minnesota Lynx and Phoenix Mercury set to meet in the second game of the doubleheader. The two winners and two losers will play each other two days later.

Along with the tournament, the teams will conduct a full slate of clinics, practices and autograph sessions in conjunction with an AAU girls basketball tournament that is taking place that weekend.

– Associated Press

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