The Lynx Beat
Moore, starting her second season away from the Lynx to work on social justice issues, hopes she can provide a helpful voice in the aftermath of George Floyd's killing.
The team would have difficult decisions to make about its roster even under normal circumstances. And a reported rule change could make things even tougher.
Fans want to know about the starting five for a team in transition and whether a player who had a key role last season will really be missing when the WNBA starts.
Lynx writer Kent Youngblood answers your burning questions.
The incident occurred in the early morning hours of June 6, when Lynx guard Odyssey Sims was observed by a member of the Minnesota State Patrol speeding and making a lane violation on I-394.
The playoff loss Wednesday ended a season that answered several questions but left plenty more to address in the offseason.
The 6-1 Collier has scored in double-figures each of her last 11 games and is second among WNBA rookies in scoring at 12.7 ppg.
Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve is slated to be an assistant coach for Team USA at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, a job she also had with the 2016 gold-medal winners.
The Lynx held the practice for the fourth consecutive year, and it's become a pretty big deal for the team.
The arthroscopic procedure, which went well, could keep Seimone Augustus out six weeks or more
Still trying to get back to 100 percent from microfracture knee surgery that ended her 2018 season, Lynx forward Karima Christmas-Kelly returned to practice Tuesday.
Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve said she's disappointed in the way the team is responding when things don't go well in practice, and she's working with veteran Seimone Augustus on how to change that.
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