Minnesota Lynx

Minnesota center Sylvia Fowles stands near the baseline, smugly looking to the side, as Lynx teammates celebrate behind her

Daily Briefing — July 16, 2022: Sylvia Fowles is taking her dominance to another level

By Em Adler / July 16, 2022

There’s an argument to be made that Fowles is a top-five player all-time

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Locked on Women’s Basketball: Here come the Minnesota Lynx

By The Next / July 7, 2022

Since Moriah Jefferson joined the Lynx she’s been probably playing the best basketball of her career

Why Minnesota appreciates Rebekkah Brunson so much

By Lucas Seehafer / July 7, 2022

Rebekkah Brunson’s Impact is clear on and off the court

Minnesota Lynx off-ball guard Aerial Powers stands behind the hoop, looking out towards the crowd, with her right hand out and above her head, pointing to the ground to indicate an and-one

Daily Briefing — July 4, 2022: GOLD LYNX — Aerial Powers’ career-high leads Minnesota wallop of Las Vegas on thrilling Sunday

By Em Adler / July 4, 2022

AP scores 32 on the night Minnesota retires #32

While standing firmly on the ground, Dallas Wings center Teaira McCowan holds her right arm out to her side and blocks a layup attempt from a mid-air, out-of-control Minnesota Lynx off-ball guard Aerial Powers

What’s behind Aerial Powers’ offensive struggles?

By Lucas Seehafer / July 2, 2022

Powers is in the middle of the worst offensive season of her career. But her good moments suggest how she can right the ship

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

By Lucas Seehafer / 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

By Lucas Seehafer / 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

By Lucas Seehafer / June 12, 2022

The Lynx have discovered that sometimes things just happen

Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve chats it up with Mystics head coach Mike Thibault

Locked on Women’s Basketball: The Minnesota Lynx are going through it

By The Next / June 3, 2022

Jackie Powell is joined by Lynx beat writer Lucas Seehafer to discuss the Lynx’s struggles, the jersey retirment of Seimone Augustus, and more

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

By Lucas Seehafer / May 31, 2022

Sights and sounds from the Target Center