Lynx Sign Whalen, Augustus To Contract ExtensionsLynx officials said Thursday that Seimone Augustus and Lindsay Whalen have both signed multi-year contract extensions.
Whalen, Fowles Lead Lynx Over Storm 92-80Lindsay Whalen scored a season-high 24 points, Sylvia Fowles added 11 points and 11 rebounds, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the Seattle Storm 92-80 on Sunday night.
Lynx Olympians Returning To Minneapolis Monday NightFresh off winning the Olympic gold medal at the Summer Olympics, the four Minnesota Lynx players are returning home Monday night.
Moore, Whalen Lead Lynx Past Stars 81-57Maya Moore had 24 points, seven rebounds and seven assists, Lindsay Whalen added 22 points, and the Minnesota Lynx beat the San Antonio Stars 81-57 on Tuesday.
Lynx Begin Season With One Big Goal In MindAs the Lynx embark on another season that begins with a target on their chests, there remains one more mountain to climb.
Source: 4 Minnesota Lynx Players Picked For Olympic TeamWhen the USA women's basketball Olympic team is announced Wednesday, four Minnesota Lynx players will be on it.
Mayo Clinic Center Reaches Out To Young AthletesAthletic training continues to get more sophisticated and more specialized. That is why the Mayo Clinic Center in downtown Minneapolis held a clinic Monday to bring in experts to talk to high school kids about what it really means to be a "healthy" athlete in a variety of ways.
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.
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.
Fever, Lynx Prep For Game 3 Of WNBA FinalsTamika Catchings didn't get much sleep after her Indiana Fever lost Game 2 of the WNBA Finals to Minnesota. It wasn't just because of the foul trouble that saddled her all game. It was the lack of execution she and her teammates had down the stretch in Minnesota's 77-71 win.
Whalen, Augustus Need To Get Going For Lynx In WNBA FinalsThe Minnesota Lynx missed eight free throws, turned the ball over 15 times and were outscored by the Indiana Fever 22-12 on second-chance points to drop Game 1 of the WNBA Finals.
Lynx Focused On Winning Title, Not Revenge On FeverMinnesota Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve and Timberwolves' interim head coach Sam Mitchell chatted as their practices overlapped Thursday. It was a good problem to have because it means the Lynx are in the finals. "No matter what, it's just one more opponent we're getting ready for. This is it, and this is where we were trying to get to and we're here," Reeve said.