The Minnesota Lynx traded 2020 draft picks Tuesday to pick up two post players.
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How will defending champ Seattle do without its MVP? Can Phoenix and Washington return to the semis? We predict how far each WNBA team goes in 2019.
No Stewie, no Maya, no Taurasi for weeks, and maybe no Cambage at all? Rest assured, WNBA fans: There are plenty of storylines to track this season.
The Los Angeles Sparks have acquired guard Alexis Jones from the Minnesota Lynx in exchange for guard Odyssey Sims.
The Lynx will honor Lindsay Whalen by making her jersey the first to be retired by the 20-year-old franchise.
Phoenix and Minnesota got A-plus grades, but Dallas, Las Vegas, New York and Connecticut also scored high marks with their draft picks.
NCAA runner-up Notre Dame became the first team to get all five starters drafted, while champion Baylor had two players selected in the top 15 picks.
Las Vegas selected Jackie Young with the No. 1 overall pick. We tracked all three rounds of the WNBA draft, with player rankings and analysis.
Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu, Louisville's Asia Durr and Mississippi State's Teaira McCowan are the projected top three picks in espnW's mock draft.
The Lynx have signed forward Kelsey Griffin to their training camp roster. Griffin was the third pick in the 2010 draft and has not played in the WNBA in five years.
Minnesota won't be the same without Maya Moore, but the cupboard isn't bare. Look for the Lynx to add top talent and quality depth in the WNBA draft.
Maya Moore, a five-time All-Star and former MVP who was given the franchise tag by the Lynx last month, will sit out the 2019 season to focus on her family and "some ministry dreams," she wrote.
Eight-time WNBA All-Star Seimone Augustus will return for a 14th season with the Lynx after re-signing with the team Saturday.
A Liz Cambage trade might ultimately impact the 2019 WNBA draft more than anything. But right now, Oregon junior Sabrina Ionescu is our No. 1 pick.
The Lynx are unsure if star Maya Moore, who was given the franchise tag this week, will play for the team during the 2019 season.
Former UConn teammates Maya Moore and Tina Charles were given the franchise tag by Minnesota and New York, respectively, for the upcoming WNBA season, according to reporting by The Associated Press.
James Wade will replace Amber Stocks as the head coach of the Chicago Sky, who haven't made the playoffs in each of the past two WNBA seasons.
Minnesota Lynx assistant James Wade has agreed to become the head coach of the Chicago Sky, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press.
Time will tell if star power and hoops IQ overcome lack of experience. But Lindsay Whalen is ready for her coaching debut -- before a sellout crowd.
Lindsay Whalen is featured in a book about Minnesota's most accomplished sports figures and how living in the state shaped their careers and values.
Minnesota Lynx guard teamed up with U.S. Cellular and its Most Valuable Coach program.
For the first time since the 2008 Olympics, the U.S. women's basketball team will take part in a major competition without Maya Moore.
LaChina Robinson and Terrika Foster-Brasby put a bow on the WNBA season. They recap some postseason matchups, discuss the Storm's journey to success and share their favorite moments from the season.
Will Breanna Stewart continue her reign as MVP, or will Liz Cambage dethrone the Storm star? How will the Lynx retool? And what's next for Las Vegas?