A year ago, the Minnesota Lynx opened the WNBA playoffs in an unfamiliar position after setting the franchise record for wins and making the team’s first postseason appearance since 2004. The experience of winning the title has the defending champions in a much different mindset this time.
Candace Parker is ready to make a run in the playoffs, if the Los Angeles Sparks can shed their inconsistency.
The Minnesota Lynx are finally making their anticipated trip to the White House.
The Lynx’s Monica Wright knows her role — she’s the team’s sixth man. It’s her job to react when her number is called.
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The Lynx have a roster packed with talent, and that means rookies see themselves sitting on the bench in the near future. But that spot is okay with Devereaux Peters.
The Minnesota Lynx have a WNBA championship to defend, and they’re embracing the challenge.
The Minnesota Lynx are healthy, primed and ready to begin their best-of-five WNBA championship series against the Atlanta Dream Sunday night at Target Center.
Forward Maya Moore was chosen the rookie of the year and coach Cheryl Reeve earned coach of the year honors in voting by a national media panel, the WNBA announced on Friday.
Minnesota’s strong regular season has resulted in at least two individual awards for the Lynx.
The red-hot Minnesota Lynx will show some of their best moves off the court at Friday’s third annual “Catwalk for a Cure” at the Mall of America.
The Minnesota Lynx have the best record in the WNBA at 11-4. It’s quite a turnaround from last season. WCCO-TV’s Eric Nelson talked to starting guard Lindsay Whalen this week about her team’s reversal of fortunes on the court.
One person who can’t wait to see Maya Moore play is Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve.