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Maya Moore did her thing once again for the Lynx, however the star couldn’t rescue her team to bring home another champion. Still, at the end of the day, Moore is a true star in the league. . . . Read More
The Los Angeles Sparks have earned their first WNBA Championship title since 2002 to close the WNBA’s 20th season. It’s been nothing short of a historic season for both teams, and the league itself. And with three WNBA MVPs, the Defensive Player of the Year, the Sixth Woman of the Year. . . Read More
Seimone Augustus started speaking, then covered her face with her elbow. Lindsay Whalen slowly walked around the small locker room, hugging each teammate, before returning to her locker and talking quietly with Janel McCarville. Maya Moore spoke quietly, shrugging, shaking her head, eyes wet. . . Read More
The disappointment and emotion were still raw when Minnesota Lynx coach Cheryl Reeve walked into the postgame news conference with Maya Moore and Seimone Augustus. Defense and rebounding, two things the Lynx are known for, failed them in the fourth quarter when they absolutely needed it, costing th. . . Read More
For all Candace Parker had accomplished on the court, that glowing resume had one glaring omission — a WNBA title. The championship she'd been chasing with Los Angeles since the Sparks made her the first pick in the 2008 draft was all the more special at the end of a trying season. . . Read More
I would rate Minnesota fans as very strong in the area of tracing defeats suffered by the local teams to poor officiating. I also would give my colleague Sid Hartman credit for being a leader for our fandom in this category. Sid was the state’s most-influential person in the sports. . . Read More
For former Florida State women’s basketball player Angel Gray, her future was pretty clear: She knew what she wanted to do, she wouldn’t let anything get in the way and she would work as hard as she could to check off her list of goals. Gray was hell-bent on getting into the communications field . . . Read More
MINNEAPOLIS – Candace Parker got the last laugh and Nneka Ogwumike got the last word and the WNBA could not have hoped for anything better to top a magnificent decisive Game 5 here at the Target Center that wrapped up the league’s celebratory. . . Read More



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