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Luka Garza and the Need for Developing Identity Through Change
Luka Garza sat down with our Thilo Latrell Widder to discuss his basketball past and why he doesn’t let it get in the way of his basketball present and future.
‘We’re Going to be Really Aggressive’: Napheesa Collier is Excited to Lead the Reloading Lynx
Lynx two-time All-Star Napheesa Collier sits down with Jack Borman to discuss her incredible return last season after giving birth, her growth as a leader, the team’s pivotal offseason, and her expectations for next season.
‘I Take Great Honour in Being the Captain’: Natalie Achonwa Never Backs Down
After captaining Canada Basketball to its best World Cup finish in 36 years, Lynx forward Natalie Achonwa is ready to get back to work.
The Minnesota Lynx are on a Mission to Return to the ‘Gold Standard’ in 2023
Jack Borman goes 1-on-1 with Lynx President of Basketball Operations and Head CoachCheryl Reeve to discuss the journey in front of her team to get back to the top of the WNBA.
‘It’ll Be Really Special’: Chatham Will Honour a Local Legend on ‘Bridget Carleton Night’
The Minnesota Lynx wing sat down with Canis Hoopus to discuss her alma mater honouring her career accomplishments with a banner and commemorative posters on Friday night.
‘It’s Championship or Bust’: Karl-Anthony Towns is Ready to Lead Timberwolves Into New Era
With his four-year supermax extension inked and Rudy Gobert in the fold, Towns is ready to lead the Wolves into a new era.
“I’ve never seen a more relentless player”: In Celebration of Lynx Legend Rebekkah Brunson
The Minnesota Lynx retired Rebekkah Brunson’s No. 32 following a win over Las Vegas last Sunday night.
Together Again, Kayla McBride and Moriah Jefferson Are Living Out Their Dreams As Minnesota Lynx
Kayla McBride and Moriah Jefferson spoke with Jack Borman for a Canis Hoopus exclusive.
The Ultimate Role Player: How Bridget Carleton Elevates the Minnesota Lynx
The Lynx’s key separator come playoff time could prove to be their strong depth, which is fueled by first-time Olympian Bridget Carleton.