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MIN 71 PHO 85


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MIN 78 PHO 96

Team USA Rolls Over Canada

Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus, Lindsay Whalen, and the rest of Team USA rolled over Canada in a scrimmage Monday night. Team USA will now travel to France for a few more exhibition games before competition starts in Turkey at the end of the month. --> Read More

Moore Named All-WNBA First Team

The WNBA today announced that Lynx forward Maya Moore were selected to the All-WNBA First Team, while the Lynx backcourt of guard Seimone Augustus and guard Lindsay Whalen earned All-WNBA Second Team honors.. --> Read More

Lynx At FIBA World Championships

Cheryl Reeve, Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus, and Lindsay Whalen, along with a bulk of the Team USA roster arrived in Maryland earlier this week in preparation for the 2014 FIBA World Championships. --> Read More

Get Knocked Down, Get Up Again

Though the Lynx came up short of back-to-back WNBA titles, this season has been far from a failure for coach Cheryl Reeve and the rest of her team. Minnesota will now look ahead toward next season with the goal of returning back to the top of the mountain. --> Read More | Watch Reeve | Watch Moore | Watch Augustus | Watch Whalen

Lynx Look Toward Next Season

Minnesota will not represent the Western Conference in the WNBA finals for the first time in four seasons. That said it has every intention of returning to the top of the WNBA next season. --> Read More

Lynx Eliminated by Mercury

Despite tying the game late in the third quarter, the Lynx could not hold off a rally by the Mercury and lost Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals 96-78 Tuesday night in Phoenix. Seimone Augustus scored 13 of her 21 in the third while Lindsay Whalen finished with 20 points and Maya Moore added 16. --> Game Info | Box Score

Mo'Ne Davis Meets Maya Moore

Mo'Ne Davis took the nation by storm as a dominant force in the Little League World Series. She had a chance to meet her idol, Maya Moore, on Sunday afternoon. --> Read More | View Gallery

Lynx Rally to Force Game 3, 82-77

The Lynx overcame a huge deficit early and Seimone Augustus (23 points) converted a jumper for a three-point play with 23 seconds left to put Minnesota ahead of the Mercury for good in an 82-77 home victory in Game 2 of the West Finals on Sunday. Maya Moore scored 32 points and Lindsay Whalen added 17. Game Recap | Box Score | Audio: Whalen
Team USA Rolls Over Canada
WNBA Accolades for Lynx Players
Lynx at FIBA World Championships
Knocked Down Lynx Will Rise Again
Lynx Look Ahead Following Game 3 Loss
Game 3 Loss PHO 96, MIN 78
Mo'Ne Davis Meets Maya Moore
Game 2 Win MIN 82, PHO 77