Odyssey Sims, Lynx Leading Scorer, Faces Drunk Driving ChargesMinnesota Lynx scoring leader Odyssey Sims was arrested this month on suspicion of drunken driving.
Storm Beat Lynx 84-77 Despite 20 TurnoversJewell Loyd scored 19 points, Jordin Canada had a career-high 17 points and seven assists and the Seattle Storm beat the Minnesota Lynx 84-77 on Tuesday night.
New-Look Minnesota Lynx Early Surprise In WNBA SeasonThe Minnesota Lynx may be the surprise of the first week of the WNBA season.
Lynx’s Seimone Augustus Out Indefinitely After SurgerySeimone Augustus, guard for the Minnesota Lynx, received arthroscopic surgery and will be sidelined until further notice.
Odyssey Sims, Sylvia Fowles Help Lynx Beat Storm 72-61Odyssey Sims had 15 points, Sylvia Fowles grabbed 13 rebounds and the Minnesota Lynx beat the defending champion Seattle Storm 72-61 on Wednesday night.
A Day In The Life: Behind-The-Scenes Look At Minnesota LynxFor weeks the four-time champion team has been gearing up with practices, exhibition games and adjusting to life without Maya Moore or Lindsey Whalen.
Lynx Acquire Stephanie Talbot And Alaina CoatesThe Minnesota Lynx acquired Stephanie Talbot from Phoenix and Alaina Coates from Chicago in two separate trades on Tuesday for draft picks next year.
Lynx Pick UConn's Napheesa Collier In 2019 DraftCollier, a forward from the University of Connecticut, racked up 24 double-doubles during her senior season.
Lynx's Cheryl Reeve: Trump Didn't Invite Us To White HouseIn the more than two years since President Donald Trump took office, he has not hosted a women's championship sports team for a solo event at the White House.
Lynx's Maya Moore Taking The Year Off"My focus in 2019 will not be on professional basketball, but will instead be on the people in my family."
Maya Moore's Future With Lynx UncertainWCCO's Mike Max reported Wednesday that Moore was considering not returning next season.
Mpls. Miracle, Super Bowl, Mauer Retires & More: MN's Top 2018 Sports MomentsFrom the Minneapolis Miracle, Minnesota hosting the Super Bowl, to Minnesota Twins' Joe Mauer's retirement, here are the biggest Minnesota sports stories from 2018.
Lynx To Open Season At Target Center May 25The Minnesota Lynx announced they'll open their season at home May 25 against the Chicago Sky.
Lynx Forward Maya Moore Named All-WNBA Second TeamThe WNBA announced Wednesday night that Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore was named to the All-WNBA Second Team.
Whalen Plays Last Career WNBA Game As Lynx Are Eliminated From PlayoffsIt was the fourth straight year the Lynx and Sparks met in an elimination playoff game.