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Lynx Analysis

The Canis crew's analysis of our favorite WNBA team

2023 WNBA Draft: What Options Will Lynx Have on Draft Night?

Holding two picks in the first round of the 2023 WNBA Draft, highlighted by the second overall selection, here are some targets for Minnesota it tries to add a difference-making talent to the roster this summer.

Aces 91, Lynx 85: Three of a Kind

Rachel Banham’s season-high 24 points weren’t enough, as the Las Vegas offense was too much for Minnesota down the stretch.

Lynx 92, Wings 64: Moriah Jefferson Registers Triple-Double, Shines In Historic Performance

The former No. 2 pick became the first Lynx player and 10th player in WNBA history to record a triple-double, and it came against her former team.

Sky 88, Lynx 85: Heartbreak at the Buzzer

The basketball gods answered Courtney Vandersloot’s prayer at the buzzer as the Sky defeated the Lynx 88-85.

Lynx 84, Mercury 71: It’s Time To Bring Brittney Home

It didn’t feel right seeing the Lynx take the floor in Phoenix without Brittney Griner in the middle.

Minnesota Lynx Star Sylvia Fowles To Miss Time With a Right Knee Injury

The Hall-of-Famer-to-be suffered the injury during Tuesday night’s loss to the New York Liberty.

Liberty 88, Lynx 69: The Sabrina Ionescu Show Rolls On

Sabrina Ionescu led the Liberty with a 26-point near triple double to sink the Lynx.

Dream 84, Lynx 76: T-Rhyne to Keep Up

Rhyne Howard’s 22 points led the Dream past the Lynx in Atlanta

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.

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Depth Wins: One Key Way Each Minnesota Lynx Player Can Make an Impact in the Playoffs

With the playoffs (and a first-round bye) on the horizon, let’s analyze one way in which each player on the Lynx will leave their mark in the postseason.

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.