Katie Smith couldn't think of a better place to get her first chance to become a head coach than New York.
Las Vegas is getting a WNBA franchise.
All the starters will return, so Cheryl Reeve likes her team's chances for another title.
"You are some of the greatest Gophers in our history," athletic director Mark Coyle said at the ceremonies.
A jubilant parade down University Avenue was followed by a noisy rally at Williams Arena.
Shelley Patterson has been an assistant coach on Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve's staff for the entirety of the organization's seven-year run of excellence.
The Lynx have had a nucleus of four standouts for the four titles, and the Lakers also had a nucleus of four stars for most of their dynastic run.
The governor welcomed the WNBA champions to his home Friday morning.
The 35-year-old Lynx point guard is too busy sweating to listen to your retirement questions.
During the past two seasons, Moore breathed new life into every sports cliché about togetherness.
Other players were more noncommittal. Coach Cheryl Reeve said the team will cross that bridge should it be reached.
The Lynx held their WNBA championship parade Thursday in Minneapolis.
The parade will start at 6:30 p.m. Thursday on the corner of 12th Ave. SE., proceed down University Ave. toward Williams Arena and will end at the doors of the Barn.
Lynx-Sparks finale garnered a 7.9 rating in the Twin Cities.
Leading from start to finish, the Lynx captured their fourth WNBA championship in seven years to seal their dynasty.
Williams Arena was sold out for Game 5 of Wednesday's WNBA Finals between the Lynx and Sparks. As it turns out, the enthusiasm in the…
There are so many ways to approach what happened at Williams Arena, when the Lynx led throughout Game 5 and survived the final-minute craziness to beat Los Angeles for the WNBA title.
The Minnesota Lynx are no strangers to celebration. Maya Moore, Lindsay Whalen and a proud core have danced in the confetti and bathed in bubbly four times now.
College or pro, Lindsay Whalen knows how to celebrate on the Williams Arena floor. Take a look.
Former Gopher Lindsay Whalen's hustling, sprawling play in her old home helped propel the Lynx to another WNBA title.