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Topic - Minnesota Lynx
The Minnesota Lynx are a Women's National Basketball Association (WNBA) team based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and play their home games at the Target Center. They are currently coached by Cheryl Reeve, who began coaching on December 8, 2009. The team is named after the lynx, a wild variety of cat. The Lynx are the sister team to the Minnesota Timberwolves and are owned by Glen Taylor. - Source: Wikipedia
The Minnesota Lynx have traded second-year guard Sugar Rodgers to the New York Liberty for the rights to swap third-round picks in the 2015 draft.
The Minnesota Lynx have re-signed center Janel McCarville to a multi-year contract.
The Minnesota Lynx are cashing in on their recent run of success.
The defending champion Minnesota Lynx will begin the WNBA season on the road at Washington on May 16 as part of a five-game schedule on opening night to kick off the league's 18th season.
The Minnesota Timberwolves have finalized a plan to build a practice facility across the street from their arena in a vacant former movie theater.
Behind a curtain in the bowels of Target Center, the Minnesota Lynx gathered as a team for one last time this season. A few thousand jubilant fans waited in the arena, watching a video introduction for the team that had just captured its second WNBA championship in three seasons.
This is always the way it was supposed to be for Maya Moore.
Elena Delle Donne has already led Chicago to its first postseason berth in franchise history.
Lindsay Whalen's return home to play for the Minnesota Lynx four years ago coincided with a career renaissance and the emergence of a long-suffering franchise.
The WNBA has fined Minnesota Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve for her coat-throwing outburst following a technical foul during Game 2 of the WNBA Finals against Indiana.
Indiana coach Lin Dunn criticized the coach of the Minnesota Lynx on Thursday, accusing her of a "lack of respect" for an outburst that seemed to spur the Lynx to a win in the WNBA Finals.
One was the size of a grapefruit, another as large as a baby's head.
The Minnesota Lynx showed potential for years, with plenty of high draft picks for a success-starved franchise to build around. Pieces were always missing in the end.
Lindsay Whalen sat in the back of a convertible, scanning the delighted crowd for kids to toss candy to.
The two coaches stalked up and down the sideline in Game 1 of the WNBA finals, barking out instructions to players, snapping at officials and calling the shots at the game's most crucial moments.