After 22 years of freight trains, tiny bathrooms and epic tailgating, Saints fans say goodbye to Midway Stadium Thursday night, when the team plays its last game at the charmingly decrepit stadium.
The team begins its WNBA title defense Thursday night, with game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals against the San Antonio Stars.
The playoffs begin next Thursday with best-of-three conference semifinals. And the Lynx don’t look ready.
Will Becky Hammon, hired this week by the San Antonio Spurs, be the first of several women to land NBA assistant jobs in the next few years?
The Minnesota Lynx star is the WNBA’s Michael Jordan, and after a 48-point performance, there are few arguments.
The 17-6 Lynx, already jelling despite numerous injuries, get a big boost from a badly needed inside presence.
With several starters injured, Minnesota’s survivors are asked to do more, and are. But it comes at a painful price.
A sore knee puts the WNBA champs’ ‘Ms. Reliable’ out for at least two games — a consequence of a lower-paid sport where off-seasons don’t really exist.
Plagued by a weak bench, the WNBA champs cut back-up point guard Lindsey Moore and try to integrate Nadirah McKenith on the fly.
Building couldn’t host game until 2021 at the earliest; WNBA All-Star game possible. Also: Augustus’ knee hobbles Lynx.
The WNBA champs missed seeing the President on the hardwood two years ago, but they savor their return chance.
Welcome to the WNBA championship team without the perks … well, players do get the miles.
The WNBA’s leading scorer and Lynx superstar raises her game on the other end of the court.
The 6-4 rookie forward loses nothing in translation as she rescues a team short on post players.
MinnPost’s weekly Lynx coverage debuts with a look at how injuries to three key players affects the WNBA champs’ repeat chances.
After a KARE-11 weekend anchor left the WNBA champs off his ‘Big 4’ list, the Lynx coach challenged him and local media to make it a ‘Big 5.’
With few captivating off-season moves — and gimmicks — the Twins find their smallest home-opening crowd despite glorious spring weather.
“We want to apply the same strategy we use for the conditioning, training and rehabilitation of the elite athlete to make a difference in everybody,” says Mayo’s Dr. Edward Laskowski.
Some athletes are surprisingly confident about their safety, others are worrying, and a few with second thoughts are canceling family travel plans.