Lynx forward Maya Moore was held to just five points in Game 5. But it was the rest of the team that stepped up to give the Lynx another WNBA title
The Lynx have a remarkable story on their season leading to their win of the 2015 WNBA Title. Without the team’s tight bond, there would not have been the winning chemistry.
I explain how I went from skeptic, someone who scoffed at the very notion of the WNBA, to someone who has truly grown to appreciate the greatness of the WNBA.
The floor general for the all of Minnesota's championship runs has been Lindsay Whalen. But yesterday, the hometown hero was able to do something she's never done before.
The Indiana Fever forced a Game 5 of the WNBA Finals, but struggled in yesterday's do-or-die contest, why?
Maya Moore may not have been the Finals MVP this year, but her numbers in 2015 and a 3rd championship ask a very important question: Is Moore the best ever? I give you my outlook.
The Minnesota Lynx held the Indiana Fever to just 12 points in 20 minutes in Wednesday's Game 5 of the WNBA Finals, and they took advantage.
Shots from the charity stripe may equal only 1-point at a time, but they can be the deciding factor for who takes home the gold. That came true for the Minnesota Lynx.
The 2015 WNBA Finals series was one for the books. The Lynx add another Championship notch to their belt, where talent from both teams was only surpassed by heart.
The Indiana Fever pushed it to the brink, but the Minnesota Lynx talent pool was too deep for them to wade through. This Lynx team is set up well for future title runs.
Considering the now much deeper talent pool, thicker crowds and overall excitement for women’s hoops, the bar should be raised to advance the WNBA’s persona even further.
Here are some takeaways from Game 5 of the WNBA Finals -- and why the Minnesota Lynx are the 2015 WNBA Champions.
Led by Sylvia Fowles 20 points and 11 rebounds, the Minnesota Lynx defeated Indiana Fever 69-52 for their third championship in the past five years.
If anyone thinks that the success of Indiana Fever head coach Stephanie White is some sleight of hand, an illusion, they would be sadly mistaken, because she's truly magic.
In a series where both teams are fighting for bragging rights, who has more to gain? Read further to see this writer's perspective on the series.
Tomorrow night, the Indiana Fever and the Minnesota Lynx play a winner-take-all game for the WNBA Championship. Here is our in-depth preview of Wednesday's Game 5.
The Fever travel to Minnesota for the all-important Game 5 of the WNBA Finals, with five 2012 Championship stars and a handful of remarkable bench teammates.
The Fever’s win on Sunday night’s Game 4 evened the series to 2 games each, forcing a Game 5 for the 1st time since 2009.
The Indiana Fever stay alive and defeat the Minnesota Lynx 75-69. Here are 8 takeaways from Game 4 of the WNBA Finals.
Indiana kept its championship hopes alive with a 75-69 win in Game 4 Sunday night in Indianapolis. Sylvia Fowles struggled heavily with foul trouble as Indiana seized the opportunity.
The Fever's foul trouble and turnovers cost them 2 losses in this series. If they want to extend this series to 5 games, they will have to correct those things tonight.
Game 3 demonstrated more than just the usual routine of physical play. It was about adjusting.
There has been a lot of nonbelievers, cynics and skeptics of the WNBA. We have a question to ask them: Did you watch Game 3 of the Finals between the Lynx and the Fever?
These 2 heavyweight teams are evenly matched, and are trading body blows. The only difference between these 2 teams is the brilliance of one Maya Moore.
Here are some takeaways from Game 3 of the WNBA Finals -- and how the Lynx were able to win in Indiana.
After splitting the 1st two games of the series, Minnesota forward Maya Moore hit a 3-point buzzer-beater on Friday to give the Lynx a 80-77 win over the Indiana Fever in Game 3 of the WNBA Finals.
The Minnesota Lynx won Game 2, and essentially saved their season. Will they be able to go on the road and win in Indiana on "Fever Friday"?
Briann January has added another tool to her belt this Finals, becoming the team's leading scorer through the first 2 games. She could carry the Fever to the championship.
The Fever will need Tamika Catchings to win Game 3 later on today. Her defense and rebounding is just the beginning of what she brings to her franchise, and the league.
Officiating was the topic of conversation after Game 2 by Stephanie White. But was that the main reason for the Fever's loss to the Lynx?
The Minnesota Lynx needed to win Game 2 of the WNBA Finals. And ime and time again, Sylvia Fowles brought that tenacity last night, as she came up big on her birthday.
How A Championship Series Should Be: After a game full of momentum shifts, the Lynx take Game 2 at home, tying the series 1-1.