Posts by Lucas Seehafer

Lucas Seehafer is a general reporter for The Next. He is also a physical therapist and professor at the undergraduate level. His work has previously appeared at Baseball Prospectus, Forbes, FanSided, and various other websites.

Minnesota Lynx point guard Moriah Jefferson goes up with the ball in one hand as she attempts a layup over a ducking Los Angeles Sparks point guard Chennedy Carter.

‘Mrs. Triple-Double’: Moriah Jefferson is excelling with the Lynx

June 29, 2022

Jefferson is the 10th player in WNBA history — and the first Minnesota Lynx — to register a triple-double

Nikolina Milić, a silver lining of Minnesota’s 2022 season

June 20, 2022

Role to be determined, but Milić should be here to stay

How a growing list of unavailable players has pushed the Minnesota Lynx to the brink

June 12, 2022

The Lynx have discovered that sometimes things just happen

‘I don’t know if there’ll be another’: Seimone Augustus becomes second Lynx player to have jersey retired

May 31, 2022

Sights and sounds from the Target Center

Minnesota Lynx forward Jessica Shepard (10) reacts during a game against the Chicago Sky at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 14, 2022. (Photo credit: John McLellan)

Jessica Shepard has been a bright spot during Minnesota’s dark start

May 21, 2022

Shepard is having her best season to date and has been a weapon for the Lynx with her passing and offensive rebounding

Dallas Wings guard Moriah Jefferson talks remotely with the media from IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida, on July 11, 2020. (Screenshot from a Dallas Wings Zoom)

Lynx tab Moriah Jefferson, Evina Westbrook as solutions to their early-season woes

May 14, 2022

A week into the season, Minnesota has overhauled its roster and emerged with nearly a brand-new team

Photograph of Lynx celebrating double overtime win.

Minnesota detonates roster in attempt to right ship

May 13, 2022

Lynx part ways with six players

Minnesota Lynx head coach/general manager Cheryl Reeve stands near midcourt holding a ball under her arm and laughing to Washington Mystics head coach/general manager Mike Thibault, who stands beside her.

Despite struggles, Reeve isn’t ready to make grand changes for Lynx

May 10, 2022

Minnesota looks to avoid an 0-3 start

Minnesota Lynx forward Napheesa Collier shoots a free throw during a game against the Indiana Fever at Target Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on Sept. 12, 2021. (Photo credit: John McLellan)

Napheesa Collier dries ink on max-level extension with Minnesota Lynx

May 7, 2022

Collier is set to be the Lynx’s next franchise player, but they still need to shore up their point guard play

2022 WNBA season preview: Minnesota Lynx

May 5, 2022

Last-minute tumult, considerable upside in Syl’s last year