The Minnesota Lynx are the 2017 WNBA champions after defeating the Los Angeles Sparks 85-76 in game five last night at Williams Arena on the U of M campus in Minneapolis. It's the 4th championship of the Lynx in seven years.
The Minnesota Lynx face the Los Angeles Sparks tonight in the final game of the WNBA's best-of-five championship series -- with everything even at 2 games apiece. The game tips off at 7 PM CT at Williams Arena on the University of Minnesota campus in Minneapolis.
Four players from the Minnesota Lynx will represent their country in this summers Olympic's. Lindsay Whalen, Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus and Sylvia Fowles made the 12 player roster that will compete in Rio de Janeiro.
The Twins are fighting for a playoff spot, the Vikings are off to a nice start, the Wild are starting a new season, the Timberwolves are loaded with young talent, and the Lynx are in the WNBA finals. Who are you most excited about?
The Minnesota Lynx downed the Phoenix Mercury Sunday 72-71 to advance to the WNBA Finals. Minnesota wins the Western Conference Finals 2 games to none. Maya Moore led the Lynx with 40 points and 8 rebounds and Sylvia Fowles had 8 points and 14 rebounds.