‘New Chapter Of Life’: Maya Moore Announces Marriage To Man She Helped Free From Prison For Wrongful ConvictionFormer Minnesota Lynx star player Maya Moore announced that she married Jonathan Irons, the Missouri man she helped free from prison after a wrongful conviction.
Lynx's Maya Moore Helps Free Missouri Man From PrisonMoore was on hand when Jonathan Irons, 40, walked out of the Jefferson City Correctional Center. She clapped as Irons approached a group of people waiting for his release.
Ruling In Missouri Case Backed By Lynx's Maya Moore AppealedMissouri's top lawyer has appealed a judge's decision to throw out burglary and assault convictions against a man whose case has been championed by Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore.
'I Am On This Journey' Maya Moore Speaks On Her Decision To Skip 2nd WNBA SeasonMinnesota Lynx star Maya Moore sees missing a second consecutive WNBA season as an extension of her decision to skip last year.
Maya Moore To Continue Hiatus From Minnesota Lynx To Focus On Criminal Justice ReformMinnesota Lynx star Maya Moore will sit out a second straight WNBA season to continue her push for criminal justice reform.
Maya Moore Dedicating WNBA Hiatus To Criminal Justice ReformMaya Moore shocked the basketball world when she stepped away from the WNBA earlier this year before the season began. She's spent a lot of her time away from the game trying to help a family friend, Jonathan Irons, get his conviction overturned.
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.
AP Sources: Moore, Charles Given Franchise TagsMaya Moore and Tina Charles aren't going anywhere. Two people familiar with the deals told The Associated Press that the former UConn teammates were given the franchise tag by Minnesota and New York for the upcoming WNBA season.
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.
Lynx Fall To Connecticut Sun, 96-79Sylvia Fowles had 25 points and eight rebounds for Minnesota (17-16).