The Lynx Beat
Face of the franchise will return for a 14th season
Wade was an assistant with the Lynx the past two seasons
Fowles, Maya Moore both named to second-team All-WNBA
Players, teammates and one former coach talk about Whalen's career.
Danielle Robinson, 28, has signed a contract extension with the Lynx. She is currently recovering from ankle surgery.
The Lynx play their final regular-season home game on Sunday against the Mystics. After the game, on the court, there will be a special celebration for Lindsay Whalen.
Colson was the starting point guard for Texas A&M's NCAA championship team in 2011, when the Aggies beat Stanford in the national semifinal and Notre Dame in the final.
Tanisha Wright will start for the Lynx tonight, with Whalen coming off the bench
Brunson, who sustained a nose injury in Sunday's loss to Atlanta at Target Center, did not travel with the team to Chicago.
Replacing the ill Nneka Ogwumike of Los Angeles, Rebekkah Brunson will be making her fifth All-Star Game appearance
Danielle Robinson – who entered the season 0-for-33 from three in her first six seasons -- made two of them Wednesday against Indiana.
Veteran forward joins team looking for depth behind Rebekkah Brunson
Fans have until Thursday to vote for players. The game will be at Target Center on July 28.
Maya Moore leads all players in first returns of fan voting for All-Star Game. She and Sylvia Fowles, after an embarrassing loss to the Fever, will try to regroup in a critical matchup against the Sparks.
Lynetta Kizer was waived a week ago, but has rejoined the Lynx on a 10-day contract.
The Lynx forward helped her team to three victories last week by averaging 27.3 points.
Renee Montgomery helped take the Lynx to the WNBA title last season. Now, she plays against them.
Sylvia Fowles feeds off of her teammates' success. As they've played better for the Lynx, so has Fowles in the last four wins.
This is the 18th time Moore has won this award. She scored 67 points in Minnesota's three victories last week.
After not getting an invitation to the White House, the Lynx spent Wednesday in Washington, D.C., with 300 children and Minnesota's two U.S. senators giving out shoes and socks.