The 6-4 rookie forward loses nothing in translation as she rescues a team short on post players.
The Lynx get much less coverage than those other pro teams, but they do attract substantial crowds and have rabid followers. Why not try providing smart coverage of them?
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.’
For all the magic Rubio is able to concoct out on the court, his inability to score with efficiency is a chronic, increasingly concerning liability.
Team members stopped at the governor’s residence in St. Paul for breakfast. Later today they will be feted at a championship celebration at Target Center.
The Minnesota Lynx defeated the Atlanta Dream 86-77 Thursday night to become WNBA champs for the second time in three years.
The first-team WNBA All-Star handles herself with dignity and grace, even at times when many of us might be tempted to act otherwise.
Their 2004 Final Four run gave women’s basketball a brief interlude at the top of Twin Cities sports mountain. Salt and jalapeno. People loved them.
MinnPost board chair Lee Lynch, journalists Joe Kimball and Al Sicherman, and K-TWIN’s Brian “BT” Turner all want more subsidies for their franchises.
A video holiday card from the Lynx coach and players.
MinnPost photographer Bill Kelley captured the team in action during their last home game on Wednesday, Oct. 17.
It’s time to embrace this team, considering the debris piling up among other athletic organizations around us.
The team expects 9,000-plus for Friday night’s game against Seattle, which means a sold-out lower bowl with spillover into the upper level.
Reigning WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx were honored with a reception at the White House on Tuesday afternoon.
Former Minnesota Gopher star Lindsay Whalen is once again leading her home team on a run at a basketball championship: This time, it’s the WNBA finals.
The team is actually good, playing an entertaining style. And the enthusiastic crowds love the players.
An Air Force brat with South Jersey roots, Reeve is confident without being condescending, demanding without being obnoxious. And she gets results.Related: Players to watch as Lynx ready for playoffsSlide show: Aug.
Five of their 11 players — Seimone Augustus, Rebekkah Brunson, Maya Moore, Lindsay Whalen and Candice Wiggins — are members of the U.S. National Team.Slide show: Aug. 26 victory over the San Antonio Silver Stars
The great ones grab your attention. They command a room with their presence and command the field with their ability. Until Monday’s draft, the Minnesota Lynx never had one of these players. Now they do.