WNBA Finals Game 1 was absolutely freaking bonkers

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Long before multiple NFL teams finally started to participate in national anthem protests, WNBA players were doing it in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick.

The Sparks beat the Lynx in five games last season to end Minnesota's hopes at a repeat championship. The Lynx (27-7) were the league's best team in the regular season for a second-consecutive year, and would host a deciding game five if it comes to that again.

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Gray added six assists to her 27-point performance.

Both the Sparks and Lynx have repeatedly stood up against racially charged violence, joining a number of teams and athletes who have appeared publicly wearing "Black Lives Matter" T-shirts that commemorate the victims of police shootings.

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Although the Lynx lost last year's Finals after dropping Game 1, they won a title in 2015 after going down a game to the Indiana Fever. The Los Angeles Sparks are 23-8 and have won four straight games, as well as eight of their last 10. "The two best teams facing off, that's the way it should be".

The Los Angeles Sparks enter this game after defeating the Phoenix Mercury in a three-game sweep in the semifinals. The over/under points total is 155.5 points for the complete game.

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During the national anthem at the first game of the WNBA Finals on Sunday, the Minnesota Lynx linked arms during the anthem while the Los Angeles Sparks decided not to even come out of the locker room. Eastern Time, or 12:30 p.m. There's live streaming for cable and satellite customers on the WatchESPN website or compatible mobile apps. New customers can sign up through the official Sling.com website for a free one-week trial of the service to watch ESPN, ESPN2, and a range of other channels included on the Sling Orange package.

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