Lindsay Whalen

A close-up photo of UConn's Paige Bueckers showing her straight on, slightly bent over and looking in front of her. The text "Paige Bueckers is a Rare Gem" is overlaid at the bottom in all caps, and the orange Locked On Women's Basketball logo is in the top right corner.

Locked On Women’s Basketball: How rare gems in Minnesota helped build pro women’s basketball

By The Next / May 10, 2024

‘These are shining examples that have helped lead us … to where we are now’

Minnesota Lynx head coach and president of basketball operations Cheryl Reeve sits at the podium and addresses the media. Her arms are crossed in front of her and resting on the table, and a backdrop behind her features Lynx and Mayo Clinic logos.

Cheryl Reeve on building culture, success and The Bubble

By Lucas Seehafer / August 23, 2023

Reeve sits down with The Next to discuss her approach to coaching and winning

How the Minnesota Lynx keep growing their audience

By Terry Horstman / August 10, 2023

Inside the significant jump in attendance, TV ratings this season

Inside the Minnesota Lynx’s weekend of reflection and celebration

By Terry Horstman / June 15, 2023

The team honored its All-25 team and retired Sylvia Fowles jersey

Illinois junior guard Genesis Bryant shoots a 3-pointer and holds her follow-through as the bench starts to celebrate behind her.

Big Ten Tournament notebook: Day 2 live from Minneapolis

By Terry Horstman / March 3, 2023

High drama on and off the court in Minnesota

Uncasville, Connecticut/USA - Aug. 17, 2018: Minnesota Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen (13) talks with the media before a WNBA basketball game between the Minnesota Lynx and the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena. The Connecticut Sun defeated the Minnesota Lynx 96-79. Photo Credit: Chris Poss

Lindsay Whalen steps down as Minnesota head coach

By Eric Rynston-Lobel / March 2, 2023

The Minnesota coach leaves the program after compiling a 71-76 record over five seasons

Rachel Banham re-signs with Minnesota

By Terry Horstman / February 20, 2023

Banham returns to the Lynx after one of the most productive seasons of her WNBA career

Uncasville, Connecticut/USA - Aug. 17, 2018: Minnesota Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen (13) talks with the media before a WNBA basketball game between the Minnesota Lynx and the Connecticut Sun at Mohegan Sun Arena. The Connecticut Sun defeated the Minnesota Lynx 96-79. Photo Credit: Chris Poss

Who’s Who in the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2023

By Vishakya Deshpande / December 1, 2022

Lindsay Whalen, Carolyn Peck among the honorees

Minnesota Lynx center Sylvia Fowles gets an invisible crown as she is introduced in the starting lineup before a game against the Atlanta Dream at the Target Center in Minneapolis, Minn., on Aug. 7, 2022. (Photo credit: John McLellan)

‘Syl gave us everything’: Inside the Minnesota Lynx’s celebration of Sylvia Fowles

By Lucas Seehafer / August 13, 2022

The regal postgame ceremony was a fitting tribute given Fowles’ on-court accolades and off-court interests

Swin Cash, Lindsay Whalen headline the Hall of Fame Class of 2022

By Gabriella Lewis / April 5, 2022

The real winner of this year’s Hall of Fame induction? Immaculata University