Happy New Year from The Balance

As we draw to the close of 2012 and we move into 2013. It’s a time for all of us to pause and reflection where we have been and where we are going.

We thank you, the fan of  The Balance, for being minion in 2012. It has been a pleasure covering your favorite sport Teams. We are grateful for fans like you, who make our work satisfying and enjoyable.

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Fever falls to the Lynx

Its been a great season for the Indiana Fever. Yes the other NBA team in town.

I know many of you are saying WNBA…Man card please. However I would highly encourage to take the family to a Fever game some time. They are the real deal, and yes you would get beat by a girl in a game of pick up.

The Fever clinched the home-court advantage in round 1 of the playoffs against the third-seeded and defending Eastern Conference champion Atlanta Dream.

Last night the fever traveled to Minneapolis to take on the Minnesota Lynx. It wasn’t to a great night for the Fever. According to AP “Maya Moore made five her six 3-pointers in the third quarter to tie the WNBA record and had a career-high 29 points in the Minnesota Lynx’s 86-79 victory over the Indiana Fever on Monday night.

The defending champion Lynx completed their home schedule with a franchise-record 16-1 mark and improved to 26-5 overall. They will finish the regular season with three road games.

Lindsay Whalen added 13 points, eight rebounds and six assists for Minnesota, which has already clinched home-court advantage throughout the playoffs.”

The Lynx won the championship last year after sweeping the Atlanta Dream in three games last October. The team is in first place in the league’s western conference this season.

The Fever may not be able to win the Division, that honor goes to  Connecticut Sun of the Eastern Conference’s No. 1 seed. However The Fever has Home Court Advantage. So get out and support your Indiana Fever in this exciting  WNBA post season