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Coach and General Manager Cheryl Reeve, whose contract is up after this season, vowed a harder-working group in 2023.
Sylvia Fowles' magnificent career ended with a second consecutive one-sided loss that will leave her team out of the postseason for the first time since 2010.
A blowout loss Friday at Target Center has led to a deciding game in Connecticut as Minnesota seeks a WNBA playoff berth.
The Lynx were blown out at home in their fight for one of the WNBA's final playoff berths.
Fowles has loved her WNBA career. But she's not struggling with walking away from basketball as she approaches her final regular-season home game tonight.
The Lynx center has had many special moments in her 15-year career. She narrowed it down to five for us:
Here's a few ways to measure the career of the Lynx's dominant center:
A fourth-quarter rally put the Lynx in a four-way tie for seventh, and holding the tie-breaker if they finish the season with the same record as any of those teams.
Minnesota overcame a 3-13 start to be on the cusp of postseason play, but three final games will determine whether the team is in or out.
Playing in small spurts, Napheesa Collier finished with six points and two rebounds. But she had a key three-point play during a late run that stopped Atlanta's comeback bid.