Minnesota Lynx Re-Sign C Sylvia FowlesSylvia Fowles was the MVP of the WNBA Finals last year as the Minnesota Lynx won their third championship in five seasons. The Lynx announced Tuesday they've re-signed Fowles, who was a free agent.
Lynx To Host Phoenix Mercury In Season OpenerComing off their third WNBA title in five seasons, the Minnesota Lynx will open its 2016 regular season on May 14 at Target Center against the Phoenix Mercury.
2015 In Review: The Year In Local SportsMinnesota doesn't seem to lack anything in having big sports stories over the course of a year, and 2015 was no exception. Here's a look back at the crazy year that was Minnesota sports.
Minnesota Lynx Celebrate A 3rd WNBA Title, Aiming For MoreIt was a celebration fit for champions. The Minnesota Lynx held their victory parade Friday after winning the WNBA title Wednesday night for the first time on their home court. Lynx fans lined Hennepin Avenue for a chance to celebrate with the champs.
WNBA Champion Lynx To Have Breakfast With Governor, ParadeMinnesota Lynx fans can honor the 2015 WNBA champions Friday morning in downtown Minneapolis. A parade for the Lynx starts at 11:30 a.m. on 12th Street and Hennepin Avenue, and ends at Target Center for a celebration shortly after noon.
Prince Celebrates Lynx Win With Late-Night Paisley Park JamRock legend and noted basketball enthusiast Prince was in a "party like it's 1999" mood following the Minnesota Lynx's WNBA Championship win Wednesday evening. The Lynx captured their third title in five years with a 69-52 victory over the Indiana Fever in Game 5, and it was their first time clinching the championship on their home turf.
Lynx Fans Celebrate Championship WinFor Lynx fans, this Is the moment they've been waiting for -- a chance to capture a WNBA championship at home.
Lynx Win Third WNBA Title In 5 YearsSylvia Fowles had 20 points and 11 rebounds, and the Minnesota Lynx captured their third championship in five years with a 69-52 victory over the Indiana Fever in Game 5 of the WNBA Finals on Wednesday night. Seimone Augustus added 16 points and Rebekkah Brunson grabbed 14 rebounds for the Lynx, who also won it all in 2011 and 2013.
One More Game: Lynx Host Fever In Deciding Game 5 For WNBA TitleSo it's all come down to one night. The Minnesota Lynx and Indiana Fever meet Wednesday night in a winner-take-all scenario. It's Game 5 of the WNBA Finals at Target Center.
Target Center Unveils Plans For $129M RenovationTarget Center is celebrating 25 years in downtown Minneapolis by giving the city a taste of what's shortly to come. As the venue marked the 25th anniversary of its grand opening, plans were unveiled detailing a planned $129 million renovation project that will include new gathering spaces, clubs, and exteriors.
Lynx, Fever Ready For WNBA Finals Winner-Take-All Game 5Tamika Catchings and Lindsay Whalen have been butting heads in the playoffs for 10 years now, dating back to the 2005 Eastern Conference finals.
Catchings Helps Fever Force Game 5, Beating Lynx 75-69Shenise Johnson scored 15 points and Marissa Coleman added 14 to help the Indiana Fever beat the Minnesota Lynx 75-69 on Sunday night, forcing a decisive Game 5 in the WNBA Finals.