Cheryl Reeve

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

By Lucas Seehafer / 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

By Lucas Seehafer / 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

By Lucas Seehafer / May 5, 2022

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

Lynx stay quiet on draft night, select Jones and Sjerven

By Lucas Seehafer / April 11, 2022

Tall task for draftees on stacked roster

Minnesota Lynx

Projecting the Lynx’s opening day roster

By Lucas Seehafer / April 2, 2022

Potential paths Minnesota may take

Rennia Davis. (WNBA Media Central)

What can Rennia Davis be for the Minnesota Lynx?

By Lucas Seehafer / March 2, 2022

2021 first-round pick is back on the court overseas

Players on the Minnesota Lynx circle-up and put their hands together in the middle before a send-off

ROUNDTABLE: ‘Too Many Lynx,’ starring Cheryl Reeve

By The Next / February 23, 2022

The Next staff offers solutions for Minnesota’s roster crunch

Dearica Hamby, wearing a USA practice pinnie, raises her right arm in the air while holding a basketball in her left.

Why USA Basketball chose Dearica Hamby

By Scott Mammoser / February 10, 2022

‘I am excited, Hamby said, I don’t take basketball for granted’

Cheryl Reeve. (USA Basketball photo)

Who will be joining USA Basketball for its pre-World Cup Qualifiers camp

By Scott Mammoser / January 28, 2022

‘The philosophy is WNBA coaches are available in February, Reeve said, and I am thrilled because they are my counterparts’

Cheryl Reeve. (USA Basketball photo)

Cheryl Reeve named head coach of U.S. women’s team through 2024 Olympics

By Scott Mammoser / December 8, 2021

‘I am here to be a part of one of the greatest dynasties ever’