Coverage of Minnesota's WNBA team
Here’s all you need to know about the Lynx regular season schedule, which features a WNBA-record 40-game schedule beginning May 19 in Minneapolis.
The Minnesota native, University of Minnesota legend and four-time WNBA champion with the Minnesota Lynx is among five inductees to be inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame.
The 25-year-old will join the Spanish power for most of the EuroLeague season ahead of the 2023 WNBA 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.
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.
Napheesa Collier brought the good luck to lottery as the Lynx had less than a 25% chance of moving up from their projected No. 4 slot.
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.
As part of the move, Reeve is being elevated to President of Basketball Operations
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.
Team USA captured its fourth consecutive World Cup Gold Medal on Saturday morning.
Four members of the Lynx will square off when Team USA meets Team Canada tonight in the FIBA Women’s World Cup.
Carleton scored 27 points and made seven 3s in a Canada win over Mali.
The homegrown champion of Minnesota basketball was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame on Saturday.
The four-time Defensive Player of the Year remained at the top of her game in her final season.
We’re all so grateful that Minnesota is part of Sylvia Fowles’ story
With Syl pushing through her lingering knee injury, Moriah Jefferson and Aerial Powers stepped in a major way in the fourth quarter to keep the Lynx playoff hopes alive.
The two-time WNBA All-Star made her season debut just 10.5 weeks after giving birth to her daughter Mila.
The All-W performer gave birth 10.5 weeks ago, but is achieving her goal of returning to play with Sylvia Fowles before the GOAT calls it a career.
Minnesota played with energy Sunday night, but timely errors stopped them from keeping up with the Sun.
A travel-worn Minnesota team struggles to find their rhythm against Washington’s stifling defense while Elena Delle Donne notches a 21 points and 10 rebound effort.
The three-time All-Star led the Lynx to a road comeback win over the Fever with a season-high 28 points on the second night of a back-to-back.
The Lynx superstar center did all she could with 20 points and 17 rebounds, but didn’t get enough help.
Aerial Powers’ career-high 35 points propelled the Lynx to a needed win over the Mercury in double overtime.
The Minnesota Lynx retired Rebekkah Brunson’s No. 32 following a win over Las Vegas last Sunday night.
On the night of Rebekkah Brunson’s jersey retirement ceremony, Minnesota steamrolls the league-best Las Vegas Aces thanks to a career night from Aerial Powers.