At the end of a week that included National Girls and Women in Sports Day, let's recognize the importance of Lindsey Vonn and Maya Moore.
When the likes of the Los Angeles Lakers' Kyle Kuzma, Philadelphia's Ben Simmons and Boston's Jayson Tatum get to the NBA All-Star Game and partake in what's become the preferred run-and-fun style where defense is discouraged at virtually all costs, this much is clear.
The Lynx signed 6-foot-3 forward Damiris Dantas to an offer sheet earlier this week, and Atlanta had four days to match the offer.
Just nine months ago, Nike recreated the iconic Michael Jordan “Wings” poster from 1985 with a four-time champion and five-time All-Star. Minnesota Lynx star and…
The Los Angeles Sparks have signed forward Ashley Walker, bringing her back to the WNBA.
Devin Booker is ready to take on the Curry brothers.
Maya Moore on Tuesday cited her faith and goals she wants to accomplish as the reasons for her sabbatical. "We need to give her the support she needs," Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve said.
Scanning social media reveals the pull Moore has as one of the greatest players of all-time — female or male — and the understanding a lot of fellow greats about life beyond basketball.
Advanced numbers can provide some insights into Maya Moore's greatness, and the extent that she slipped in 2018.
Minnesota Lynx star Maya Moore has decided to skip the upcoming WNBA season, seeking more time to devote to her family and her faith.
Read Maya Moore's article on the Players' Tribune web site here.
Damiris Dantas, a 6-3 forward, was a starter as a rookie with the Lynx and was part of the trade that brought Sylvia Fowles to Minnesota.
A look at Dantas by the numbers through her WNBA career.
Seimone Augustus and Allie Quigley are staying put.
The Minnesota Lynx have re-signed eight-time All-Star Seimone Augustus, bringing the shooting guard back for a 14th season.
The Lynx on Friday made two early moves in WNBA free agency that likely will not be the last for the team this offseason.
Face of the franchise will return for a 14th season
The Sparks have re-signed guard Karlie Samuelson, who played her rookie season for Los Angeles.
Karima Christmas-Kelly gives the Lynx a much-needed veteran to add to a roster that must evolve after eight years of relative stability and four WNBA titles..
Rebekkah Brunson is a new mom, budding broadcaster and food truck owner. "It's busy," the Lynx forward said. "But I'd rather be busy than bored."