Minnesota Lynx

Odyssey Sims ready for ‘once-in-a-lifetime’ experience in Bradenton

By Katie Davidson / August 13, 2020

The Lynx have fared well without her, but Sims’ offensive prowess may take them to the next level

How does Odyssey Sims fit on the Lynx’s 2020 roster?

By Katie Davidson / August 6, 2020

Odyssey Sims has entered the WNBA’s bubble in Bradenton, Florida and could return to the Lynx lineup in their ninth game of the 2020 season.

Bridget Carleton’s career night highlights Lynx’s depth

By Katie Davidson / August 6, 2020

Even without Sylvia Fowles, Minnesota improves to 4-1

Lynx claim McCall, waive Christmas-Kelly

By Katie Davidson / July 30, 2020

The Lynx added to their forward depth on Thursday by adding Erica McCall via waiver trade and waiving injured Karima Christmas-Kelly.

‘It’s difficult’: Karima Christmas-Kelly’s season-ending injury and what it means for the Lynx

By Katie Davidson / July 30, 2020

The Lynx announced on Wednesday that forward Karima Christmas-Kelly will miss the remainder of the 2020 season due to a ruptured right Achilles Tendon.

Sylvia Fowles passes Rebekkah Brunson to become WNBA’s all-time leading rebounder

By Katie Davidson / July 29, 2020

A career of selflessness and relentless play defines the Lynx center

Overreacting and making sense of the Lynx’s season-opener

By Katie Davidson / July 28, 2020

Before you overreact to the Lynx’s win over the Connecticut Sun, let’s identify what reactions require a larger sample size.

Cheryl Reeve confident in Glen Taylor’s interest in selling Lynx franchise

By Katie Davidson / July 22, 2020

“I just continue to have faith in what Glen wants,” Reeve said.

‘The tone was set’: Cheryl Reeve fast-forwarding Lynx preparation

By Katie Davidson / July 22, 2020

Minnesota is doing all they can to be game-ready — or as close to it — come July 26.

Glen Taylor explores selling Lynx, Timberwolves franchises

By Katie Davidson / July 21, 2020

Taylor, the Lynx and Timberwolves’ majority owner, intends to keep the two franchises “under one house,” per The Athletic.