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Hey, Minnesota: here are your 2015 WNBA champion Lynx

The October chill didn’t stop thousands from assembling on Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis Friday morning to honor the 2015 WNBA World Champion Minnesota Lynx.

Center Sylvia Fowles holding the championship trophy.
MinnPost photo by Mike Dvorak

The October chill didn’t stop thousands from assembling on Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis Friday morning to honor the 2015 WNBA World Champion Minnesota Lynx. MinnPost contributing photographer Mike Dvorak was on hand to capture the festivities.

Forty-five degrees is still t-shirt weather in Minnesota.
MinnPost photo by Mike Dvorak
Forty-five degrees is still t-shirt weather in Minnesota.

Guards Anna Cruz and Lindsay Whalen take a selfie mid-parade.
MinnPost photo by Mike Dvorak
Guards Anna Cruz and Lindsay Whalen take a selfie mid-parade.

Head Coach Cheryl Reeve waving to the crowd along Hennepin Avenue.
MinnPost photo by Mike Dvorak
Head Coach Cheryl Reeve waving to the crowd along Hennepin Avenue.
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Guard Renee Montgomery showing off the 2015 championship trophy.
MinnPost photo by Mike Dvorak
Guard Renee Montgomery showing off the 2015 championship trophy.

The Minnesota Lynx mascot, Prowl, doing her job to get the crowd pumped.
MinnPost photo by Mike Dvorak
The Minnesota Lynx mascot, Prowl, doing her job to get the crowd pumped.

Guard Seimone Augustus and forward Maya Moore
MinnPost photo by Mike Dvorak
Guard Seimone Augustus and forward Maya Moore holding the 2011 and 2013 championship trophies.

Fans young and old enjoyed seeing their 2015 WNBA Champs.
MinnPost photo by Mike Dvorak
Fans young and old enjoyed seeing their 2015 WNBA Champs.