Today's side deal gives you an opportunity to witness skillful shots at baskets outside of the supermarket's canned-food aisle. Customers will be able to attend the home regular-season opener of the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx on Sunday, May 16, at 6 p.m. and experience high-flying athleticism from their choice of four different seating areas:
- $5 for a green-level ticket (a $10 value)
- $15 for a blue-level ticket (a $30 value)
- $22 for a gray-level ticket (a $45 value)
- $30 for an orange-level ticket (a $60 value)
Featuring one of the WNBA's most well-rounded rosters, the Lynx are primed for a serious run at the championship in 2010. The Lynx are usually led by former No. 1 overall draft pick Seimone Augustus, who posted a 21-points-per-game average last year with 57% field-goal shooting in six games last season, and Candice Wiggins, who mustered 13.1 points per game and a .893 field-goal percentage. These two, who may miss the start of the season, will be joined in 2010 by Lindsay Whalen, a fellow U.S. National Team member, all-star, and local high-school and college standout who finally returns to playing basketball in her home state during this home opener. In all, the Lynx will boast a young core of players that flaunts five all-stars and a veteran coach in Cheryl Reeve, who won two WNBA titles with the Detroit Shock as an assistant coach and general manager.
Additionally, fans will be able to enjoy crystal-clear views and tasty concessions at the Target Center, which also hosts the Timberwolves and rabbit-hunting packs of live wolves during the offseason. Experience deft dexterity and impressive finesse during this season's Minnesota Lynx home opener thanks to today's side deal.