Four changes made on Lynx staff
Rebekkah Brunson, a former Lynx player, was promoted to head coach Cheryl Reeve's second assistant.
Souhan: Minnesota pro sports fans are winning big, and here's why
It's all about championships, right? Wrong. We are awash in season-long entertainment, stretching for months at a time, in Minnesota. Our regular seasons are anything but regular.
Bally Sports North's Marney Gellner reveals she has breast cancer
The 49-year-old broadcaster, well known to local sports fans, shared the news Tuesday on KFAN's "The Power Trip" show. Gellner's surgery is scheduled for next month.
Diamond Sports bankruptcy: 3 things for Minnesota sports fans to know
Even if Tuesday's bankruptcy filing wasn't a surprise, it underscores just how much change is on the horizon for local sports TV broadcasts.
Bally Sports owner files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
Diamond owns 19 networks under the Bally Sports banner. Those networks have the rights to 42 professional teams, including the Twins, Timberwolves, Wild and Lynx.
Ten new inductees join Minnesota Sports Hall of Fame
The ceremony was held Wednesday night at the Mall of America.
Neal: Collision of excellence: Three Hall of Famers, 14 Big Ten teams
Linda Roberts, Katie Smith and Carol Ann Shudlick-Smith propelled women's basketball to new heights. This week's women's Big Ten tournament shows the game still growing,
Souhan: Reeve should enjoy Team USA as Lynx look headed for rough season
Many of the best women's basketball players in the world are in Minneapolis this week. None signed with the Lynx in free agency, though. That looks to be a problem.
Neal: Collier returns to Team USA, ready to regain her Lynx prowess
Two-time WNBA All-Star and Olympic gold medalist Napheesa Collier said she feels significantly better than she did in four games at the end of last season after having a baby 10 weeks earlier.
Lynx sign former Fever guard Mitchell, four of their own in WNBA free agency
Tiffany Mitchell played in all 34 games with eight starts for Indiana last season.
Ten from Big Ten are selected to Minnesota Sports Hall of Fame
Gophers basketball pioneer Linda Roberts, Vikings linebacker and executive Scott Studwell and hockey ambassador Lou Nanne headline a Big Ten-themed group, all of whom made a major mark on Minnesota sports.
Lynx will retire Fowles' No. 34; Whalen to be honored
The former WNBA MVP played on two title teams in Minnesota and was a four-time Olympic champion.
Minnesota Sports Hall of Fame: A class-by-class list of all members
Who's in the Star Tribune Minnesota Sports Hall of Fame? From Bernie Bierman to the latest class, here's the list:
Souhan: Unlike other superstars, Moore chooses to exit with dignity
Moore could have become the most accomplished player in WNBA history. Instead, she left the Minnesota Lynx and pro basketball to save a life.
Lynx have Plans A, B for free agency: Chase top stars or be more patient
The Minnesota Lynx are about to embark on their most important — and, perhaps, the busiest — off-season in more than a decade. This is both by necessity and desire.
Lynx to play WNBA's first preseason game in Canada, will face Chicago
The game is the third WNBA game played outside the United States, and part of commissioner Kathy Engelbert's plan to grow the league's popularity world-wide.
Former Lynx star Maya Moore decides it's time to retire
Maya Moore knew it was time to officially end her basketball career - four years after stepping away.
After four years away from Lynx, Moore officially retires
In addition to winning four WNBA titles with the Lynx, the Lynx went 200-71 in the regular season and were 40-16 in the playoffs during Maya Moore's time with the team.
Souhan: State's sports teams change players, coaches but not results
There has been so much change around here for the major men's teams, and yet their trophy cases are still empty.
Lynx name Duwelius general manager after Reeve's promotion
Clare Duwelius, who had been the assistant GM for five seasons, will be in her 10th year with the Lynx. In addition to coaching, Cheryl Reeve is now president of basketball operations.