Minnesota Lynx


The Old-School Five Is Alive and Thriving in the WNBA

As the WNBA undergoes its own three-point revolution, a funny thing has happened: traditional bigs are more valuable than ever.


The Minnesota Lynx Are Becoming the Golden State Warriors of the WNBA

The Lynx were already a historically dominant franchise. Then coach Cheryl Reeve gave her team an order over the off-season: take, and make, more threes.


The 2017 WNBA Season Is All About 2016's Super Teams

Heading into the season tip-off on Saturday, the Los Angeles Sparks and the Minnesota Lynx are in position to repeat last year's thrilling championship series.


The Second Jobs of WNBA All-Stars: Seimone Augustus in Russia

While the max salary in the WNBA tops out just under $110,000 a year, many female basketball stars spend their offseasons plying their trade overseas for double or triple that amount.


Candice Wiggins Thinks 98 Percent of WNBA Players Are Gay, Says She Was Bullied for Being Straight

Candice Wiggins sounded off on the WNBA on Monday, claiming that 98 percent of women in the league are homosexual and that the league was intolerant of her heterosexuality.


Sparks Beat Lynx for WNBA Title and a New Rivalry Is Born

Controversy, multiple lead changes, and drama—the WNBA Final had it all.


Maya Moore Decided the Lynx Were Going to Win Game 4, So They Did

After a 31-point effort, Maya Moore and the Lynx are headed back to Minnesota for a decisive Game 5 in the WNBA Finals.


The WNBA's New Playoff System Is a Success, But Not Perfect

From the fan response to the quality of the competition, the 2016 WNBA Finals seems to validate the league's decision to change the format last year. Coaches and players weigh in on how well the new system works.


Maya Moore and the Lynx Right the Ship in Game 2 to Even WNBA Finals

The Los Angeles Sparks went into Minnesota and took a surprise 1-0 lead in the WNBA Finals, but the Lynx came back to even the series on Tuesday before heading to Los Angeles.


The Minnesota Lynx are in The Finals Again, and Making the Case for Best Ever

If the Lynx win the WNBA finals this year they will have a legitimate case as best team in WNBA history.


Maya Moore: Back From Rio With Olympic Gold, and Back to the WNBA Grind

Now that the Olympics are over, the WNBA season resumes, and so does Maya Moore and the Minnesota Lynx's quest to defend their championship.


The Minnesota Lynx Are the San Antonio Spurs of the WNBA

No team in recent basketball memory has built a dynasty quite as long-lasting or protean as the San Antonio Spurs', but the WNBA's Minnesota Lynx are working on it.