DULUTH, Ga. (AP) -- Nothing has come easily for Angel McCoughtry and the Atlanta Dream against the Minnesota Lynx.
Game 3 could be just as tough.
Minnesota, which won each of the first two games by 25 points, might have somewhat of a homecourt advantage when Lynx forward Maya Moore returns Thursday to the Gwinnett Arena.
The Dream were forced to move this elimination game to the northeast suburbs because of an ice skating show at their home court, Philips Arena.
Coach Fred Williams says the Dream needs their fans to counter a homecoming for Moore, who led Gwinnett-based Collins Hill High School to state titles at the Gwinnett Arena from 2005-07.
McCoughtry, the WNBA's two-time defending scoring champion, has averaged just 28 percent from the field in four games against Minnesota this year.
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