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Lynx’ Montgomery Adjusting For Winless Canberra Capitals


Renee Montgomery was a part of the Minnesota Lynx’ recent championship run and she hopes to bring that type of success in Australia. Unfortunately, that hasn’t materialized so far. The ... Read More »

Prince Treats WNBA Champs Lynx To Private Concert


I don’t know if Prince had the arena or stage ready and did he have a backup plan in case the Minnesota Lynx didn’t win the championship, but in his ... Read More »

Sylvia Fowles Take Home WNBA Finals MVP Honors


Life does have its stops and turns and Sylvia Fowles can attest to that. After a falling out with former club Chicago Sky, Fowles was ready to sit this season ... Read More »

Lynx Becomes 2015 WNBA Champions With Emphatic Game 5 Win

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The stars came out to play for the Minnesota Lynx but no it wasn’t Maya Moore. In a night when their best player was offensively absent, at least scoring-wise, Sylvia ... Read More »

Fever Edges Lynx, 75-69, Forces Winner-Take-All Game 5


The Indiana Fever is 8-2 in elimination games these past few years and Sunday night, they once again proved how tough they are when their backs are against the proverbial ... Read More »

Lynx Up 2-1 Behind Maya Moore’s Buzzer-Beater


Everything wasn’t going right for Maya Moore. Except when the game is on the line. Moore nursed foul trouble throughout the game and played only 22 minutes, but it was ... Read More »

Lynx Prevails Over Fever, 77-71, In Testy Game 2


Sylvia Fowles received a handful of gifts from her family before tipoff in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals, but none of them was sweeter than the performance she gave Tuesday ... Read More »

2015 WNBA Finals: Fever Draws First Blood


Briann January played a key role in the Indiana Fever’s last championship three years ago and now, by all means, she intends to do the same. The 28-year-old point guard ... Read More »

Natalie Onchowa Could Make Women’s Basketball History At WNBA Finals

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Manu Ginobili and Bill Bradley are the only ballers in history to have won Olympic Gold, a Euroleague title, and an NBA championship. For the women’s side, Natalie Achonwa has ... Read More »

WNBA Recognizes Mistake On Deciding Call In Lynx-Mercury Game

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The Minnesota Lynx ended the WNBA Western Conference Finals with a crucial foul call on their favor. Maya Moore stole the ball and was fouled at 1.5 seconds remaining and split ... Read More »