Lynx Shoot For 4th WNBA Title In 6 YearsThe Minnesota Lynx open the regular season in just 11 days, in search of their fourth WNBA title in six seasons.
Lynx Sign 5 Honorary Members To 'Dream Team'The Lynx signed five kids from five various community organizations Sunday and they got the thrill of being at practice.
Lynx Finish First Week Of Training CampNow a week into training camp, Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve is ramping up the intensity.
4 Lynx Players Officially Named To Olympic TeamFour members of the Minnesota Lynx were named to the USA women's basketball Olympic team.
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.
Prince In Sports: A Minnesota Fan, Through & ThroughAfter the Minnesota Lynx won the WNBA Championship last year, Prince invited them to Paisley Park for a private concert.
Minnesota Lynx Announce Signing Of Courtney WilliamsThe Minnesota Lynx have signed former Texas A&M star forward Courtney Williams, the team announced Wednesday.
Former Lynx Player Wiggins, 29, Retires From WNBACandice Wiggins spent the winter contemplating ending her basketball career. It wasn't until a morning run on the beach a few weeks ago that she decided for sure that it was time to retire.
Lynx Sign Czech Guard Katerina ElhotovaThe Minnesota Lynx have signed Czech guard Katerina Elhotova to add some depth to their backcourt. The Lynx announced the signing on Thursday.
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.