Shao Ting, China’s Top Player, Is Training With The LynxThe Minnesota Lynx opened training camp this week, and there’s an intriguing storyline to follow.
Lynx Bolster Roster With WNBA Draft PicksThe WNBA draft was held Thursday night, and the Minnesota Lynx added an All-Big 12 player and a couple of international talents to their already impressive roster.
Lynx Announce Additions To Basketball OperationsThe Lynx have hired Walt Hopkins as assistant coach and Annie Isler as video coordinator.
Lynx Hire James Wade To Be Assistant CoachThe Minnesota Lynx announced Thursday that they've hired James Wade to join their staff as an assistant coach.
Lynx Associate Head Coach Jim Petersen Stepping DownLongtime Minnesota Lynx assistant Jim Petersen is stepping down, the team announced Friday.
Maya Moore, WNBA Stars Starting To Invest In Food IndustryWhether it's to plan for their future once basketball is done, promote healthy living or just to have some fun, WNBA players such as Sue Bird and Maya Moore are getting involved in the food industry.
Lynx To Open 2017 Season May 14 At Xcel Energy CenterAfter coming up just short in the WNBA Finals, the Minnesota Lynx announced its schedule for the 2017 season on Tuesday.
WNBA: Ogwumike's Shot Should Not Have CountedThe Lynx are upset. Their coach is upset. Their fans are upset. Gov. Mark Dayton is upset. Now the WNBA says it doesn't blame them for feeling that way.
4 Things To Know: Lynx Lose, Lady Gaga New Album, Russian Hacking & MoreFrom the Minnesota Lynx losing Game 5 of the WNBA finals to Lady Gaga’s new album, here is a look at the top four stories from Oct. 21, 2016.
Sparks Inch Past Lynx 77-76 In Game 5 To Win WNBA TitleNneka Ogwumike's short jumper with 3.1 seconds left gave the Los Angeles Sparks a 77-76 victory over the defending champion Minnesota Lynx.
Mayors Hodges, Garcetti Wager Books Over WNBA Finals Game 5Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has accepted a friendly bet with Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges over the outcome of the WNBA Finals series between the Sparks and Lynx.
Lynx Fans Ready To Celebrate Another WNBA TitleThe "Roar-For-4" can be heard all over the Twin Cities as fans are gearing up for Game 5 of the WNBA Finals.