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Thriller at the X: Lynx hold off Liberty rally to win by one

Minnesota Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen (13) and Lynx head coach Cheryl Reeve spoke after a late fourth quarter time out with the Lynx up by one point.

Lindsay Whalen's double-clutch, turnaround jumper that decided the Lynx's 76-75 victory Tuesday night was impressive. But it was not the intended play.

Lynx 76, New York Liberty 75

Minnesota Lynx guard Lindsay Whalen (13) made a point with head coach Cheryl Reeve after they consulted in the first half

The Minnesota Lynx faced the New York Liberty in a nationally televised WNBA basketball game Tuesday night, July 25, 2017 at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul.


Fowles does it again, named WNBA Western Conference Player of the Week

Sylvia Fowles is the conference's player of the week for the fourth time this season.


Montgomery picking up Lynx's backcourt with energy, range

Renee Montgomery leaves her mark on games when spelling Lindsay Whalen.


At the ready: Renee Montgomery through the years

Even though she's started only nine of 105 games with the Lynx, Renee Montgomery has filled a valuable role over the years.


Lynx vs. New York game preview

The Lynx, after sending four players to the All-Star Game, look to keep building on what is already the best start in franchise history (16-2).


Gallery: WNBA West All-Stars 130, East 121

Minnesota's Maya Moore led all scorers with 23 points en route to being named the game's MVP.


Lynx's Maya Moore is the star again among the WNBA All-Stars

The Lynx star's 23 points helped the West win 130-121 and earned her a second All-Star Game MVP Award.


Moore leads West past East 130-121 in WNBA All-Star Game

Maya Moore provided the example, reigning league MVP Nneka Ogwumike gladly followed along, and Sue Bird received attention and recognition she deserved.


Lynx know WNBA All-Star Game is made for memories — they have many

Two Lynx players will start for the West in Saturday's All-Star Game, two more will be reserves.


WNBA All-Star Game rosters

The game tips off at 2:30 p.m. Saturday from Seattle.


Vets of the West vs. youth of the East in WNBA All-Star Game

It's hard not to look at the rosters for the WNBA All-Star Game, see the names and accomplishments associated with the West lineup, and not think Saturday's showcase could be one-sided.


Lynx, Reeve score big with new assistant coaches

After longtime assistant Jim Petersen resigned, Minnesota tapped James Wade to take his spot and hired Walt Hopkins as a full-time player development coach, a role the Lynx didn't previously have.


Fowles goes 'top level' as Lynx crush Dallas 100-74

Lynx center Sylvia Fowles racked up another stellar game Wednesday afternoon, finishing with 24 points and 12 rebounds in 25 minutes vs. Dallas.


Brunson added to WNBA All-Star Game roster as injury replacement

Rebekkah Brunson was added as a replacement for injured Phoenix center Britney Griner and is the fourth member of the Lynx to be named to Saturday's game.


Tina Charles' double-double lifts Liberty over Sun 96-80

Tina Charles wasn't going to let the New York Liberty head into the All-Star break on a down note. Especially with a five-game road trip looming.


Lynx's Augustus, a WNBA All-Star Game mainstay, named a reserve

This marks the seventh time Seimone Augustus has been named to an all-star team since she entered the league in 2006.


Maya Moore one of five chosen for WNBA three-point contest

Sugar Rodgers is heading to the WNBA All-Star Game to compete in the 3-point contest.


Ogwumike, Griner, Stewart headline WNBA All-Star reserves.

There will be a lot of fresh faces in Seattle for the All-Star Game this weekend, including reigning rookie of the year Breanna Stewart.