Coronavirus In Minnesota: Adam Thielen, Chad Greenway And Other Athletes Stepping Up In COVID-19 FightThe sports world tends to rally whenever crisis strikes, and the Twin Cities sports scene is no different.
Minnesota Lynx Acquire Lakeville Native Rachel BanhamThe team has announced that they've acquired guard Rachel Banham from the Connecticut Sun basketball team in a sign-and-trade deal.
Seimone Augustus Heading To LA After 14 Seasons With Minnesota LynxSeimone Augustus has left the Minnesota Lynx after 14 seasons to join the Los Angeles Sparks.
5-Time Champ Rebekkah Brunson Announces Retirement, Hired As Lynx Assistant CoachMinnesota Lynx’s Rebekkah Brunson is retiring as a WNBA athlete, but she’ll be sticking around in a new role.
'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.
Former Lynx Player Katie Smith Hired As Assistant Coach Katie Smith, a Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame athlete, will return to the team where she made her WNBA debut, Head Coach Cheryl Reeve announced Tuesday.
Lynx Coach, General Manager Cheryl Reeve Signs Multiyear Contract ExtensionMinnesota Lynx coach and general manager Cheryl Reeve has signed a multiyear contract extension.
Lynx Coach Cheryl Reeve Agrees To 3-Year Contract, Report SaysReeve has reportedly agreed to the terms of a contract that will keep her with the team through the 2022 season.
Odyssey Sims Named To All-WNBA Second TeamMinnesota Lynx guard Odyssey Sims was voted to the All-WNBA Second Team, the first in her career. It's the ninth consecutive year at least one Lynx player has been named to either the All-WNBA First or Second Team, a PR spokesperson for the team said.
Lynx Head Coach & GM Cheryl Reeve Named WNBA Executive Of The YearThe WNBA announced Wednesday that Lynx head coach and general manager Cheryl Reeve has been named the WNBA Basketball Executive of the Year for 2019.