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Napheesa Collier and Kayla McBride combine for 45 points as their two-way excellence snaps Seattle’s two-game win streak.
Lynx star Napheesa Collier scored a season-low-tying eight points in Minnesota’s loss on the road against the last-place Fever, who were led by All-Star Kelsey Mitchell’s game-high 20 points.
Behind another MVPhee performance the Lynx start a crucial stretch off with a clutch victory
2021 WNBA MVP Jonquel Jones proved to be too much for the Lynx front-court without Dorka Juhász, scoring 15 points and collecting 17 rebounds.
Sun forward Alyssa Thomas’s second straight triple-double against the Lynx and historic statline led Connecticut to a 10-point victory.
Kayla McBride’s 19 points led a well-rounded team effort that earned the Lynx its second straight gritty road win without Napheesa Collier.
Kayla McBride scored a season-high 26 points, while Diamond Miller added 22 to help Minnesota topple second-place New York.
Without Napheesa Collier down the stretch, the Minnesota Lynx came up clutch late to edge out the Washington Mystics at Target Center.
A’ja Wilson’s 35 points and 14 rebounds lifted the Aces past the Lynx, who were led by No. 2 overall pick Diamond Miller’s 17 points.
Lynx rookies Dorka Juhász and Diamond Miller enjoyed historic nights for rookies as Minnesota completed a season sweep of the Sparks.
MVP candidate Napheesa Collier stuffed the stat sheet by scoring 35 points on 13/24 shooting to go along with nine rebounds and three assists in the Lynx loss.
The last "regular season" game of the Las Vegas Summer League didn’t tell us much that we didn’t already know, except that Leonard Miller may actually be human.
The second-round pick for the Hawks, Tyrese Martin, stole the spotlight on Brandon Williams’ 23-point afternoon, handing the Wolves their second Summer League loss.
The Minnesota Lynx rounded out the first half of the WNBA season by getting blown out for the second straight time at home in Wednesday’s camp day game.
The undrafted second-year guard, Johnny Juzang, leads Utah with a team-high 26 points to survive Leonard Miller’s impressive 20-point effort.
Kelsey Plum’s career-high 40 points led a loaded Aces squad over the Lynx to end Minnesota’s five-game winning streak.
The Lynx extended their winning streak to a season-high five games behind a stout defensive performance against the Mercury in Brittney Griner’s first game back in Minneapolis.
Kicking off NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, the Timberwolves took down the Pelicans behind a charge from their young, lanky forwards.
The Lynx star scored 21 points to go along with incredible defense on Fever guards Kelsey Mitchell and Erica Wheeler.
Star forward Napheesa Collier’s team-high 31 points and stellar defense lifted Minnesota over Seattle in overtime, despite a career-high 41 points from Storm star Jewell Loyd.
Napheesa Collier’s career-high 33 points, Lindsay Allen’s nine assists and zero turnovers, 18 points apiece from Kayla McBride and Diamond Miller, and a double-double from Dorka Juhász highlighted a balanced offensive night.
The Lynx fell to 1-5 at home as a result of struggling to find consistent scoring outside of Napheesa Collier, who scored a team-high 21 points.
The Aces juggernaut offense proved to be too much for the Lynx’s perimeter defense.
The Minnesota Lynx earn their first win of the season in a hard-fought game that came down to the final seconds. It took a total team effort that was as rewarding as it was difficult.
Despite a career night from Napheesa Collier and a late-game comeback attempt, the Minnesota Lynx fell to the Connecticut Sun to remain winless on the season.
The elite scoring tandem of 2022 WNBA MVP A’ja Wilson and Jackie Young proved too much for the Lynx as they combined for 44 points.