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The Lynx star is helping launch ‘Unrivaled,’ a new league featuring 30 of the top professional players across six teams that is set to launch in January 2025.
After an MVP-caliber season in 2023, Collier is determined to improve her game and take the play of the Minnesota Lynx to another level in 2024 and beyond.
After returning to the WNBA Playoffs in 2023 while working on the development of a young team, the Minnesota Lynx aim to build on those successes this offseason and beyond.
After taking over a starting role with the Minnesota Lynx in her rookie season, Miller is determined to use the offseason to grow while being a key part of the Lynx future moving forward.
The Lynx star returned for her first full season since 2021, taking the next step in her career while propelling to an MVP-caliber level in her fifth year in the WNBA.
Despite falling in the first round of the WNBA Playoffs, the Minnesota Lynx have plenty to take away from the 2023 season as they continue to build for the future.
The former Minnesota Timberwolves General Manager and Head Coach had a notoriously bad relationship, which Thilo Widder explores in "The Outliars: The Wrath of Kahn."
Minnesota Lynx rookie Diamond Miller sat down with Mitchell Hansen to discuss her rookie season, her development and a pursuit of greatness in the WNBA.
The Minnesota Lynx legend sat down with Mitchell Hansen to talk about her career with the Lynx, her time coming to an end in Minnesota and her message to Lynx fans.
‘We Didn’t Know if She Was Ever Going to Return to Form’ — Napheesa Collier’s Journey Back to WNBA Stardom
After giving birth in May of 2022, Napheesa Collier has returned to playing at an All-Star and MVP level with the Minnesota Lynx, a journey of uncertainty back for the fifth-year forward.
Lynx President of Business Operations spoke with Canis Hoopus to discuss the growth the organization has enjoyed so far this season.
The fifth-year forward is making her third appearance in the 2023 WNBA All-Star Game on Saturday in Las Vegas.
After going through some ups and downs early in the season, McBride has been a key contributor to Minnesota as a leader and two-way presence while helping fuel the Lynx turnaround.
After signing with a new team for the first time this offseason, veteran guard Tiffany Mitchell is now adjusting to taking on a new role in her first season with the Lynx.
The Minnesota Lynx raised Fowles’ No. 34 into the rafters on Sunday night following a celebration of an all-time great player and person.
With Napheesa Collier as the leader of the franchise, her and rookie Diamond Miller will grow together with the aim of forming a dominant duo for years to come.
The Chatham, Ontario native on Saturday will become the first Canadian to play in a WNBA game on home soil.
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.
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.
After captaining Canada Basketball to its best World Cup finish in 36 years, Lynx forward Natalie Achonwa is ready to get back to work.
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.
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.
With his four-year supermax extension inked and Rudy Gobert in the fold, Towns is ready to lead the Wolves into a new era.
The Minnesota Lynx retired Rebekkah Brunson’s No. 32 following a win over Las Vegas last Sunday night.
Kayla McBride and Moriah Jefferson spoke with Jack Borman for a Canis Hoopus exclusive.
The Lynx’s key separator come playoff time could prove to be their strong depth, which is fueled by first-time Olympian Bridget Carleton.