2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
4-5, 4th in Western Conference
2d

Jones, Sun beat Lynx 85-81 for fifth win in a row

Jonquel Jones had 16 points and 12 rebounds, Shekinna Stricklen and Alyssa Thomas also scored 16 points apiece and the Connecticut Sun pulled away in the fourth quarter to beat the Minnesota Lynx 85-81 on Friday night for their fifth consecutive victory.

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7d

Around the Rim podcast: High expectations?

LaChina Robinson, Devereaux Peters and Terrika Foster-Brasby weigh in on the Mystics' surge, the Aces' plunge, the Lynx-Sparks rivalry and more. Plus, they discuss some off-the-court topics around the league and are joined by Minnesota's Napheesa Collier.

7d

Mystics surge, Aces plunge, and much more

LaChina Robinson, Devereaux Peters and Terrika Foster-Brasby weigh in on the Mystics' surge, the Aces' plunge, the Lynx-Sparks rivalry, and more. Plus, they discuss some off the court topics around the league and are joined by Minnesota's Napheesa Collier.

9d

Sparks spoil Lynx ceremony for Whalen 89-85

Riquna Williams scored 25 points, Chelsea Gray added 21 and the Los Angeles Sparks edged the Lynx 89-85 on Saturday, spoiling a special day for their rivals who retired the jersey of Minnesota native and star Lindsay Whalen.

Lexie Brown knocks down wild buzzer-beater from deep (1:16)
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9dMyron Medcalf

Lynx lose their 'Whay,' fall to L.A. Sparks

The Minnesota Lynx, who celebrated Lindsay Whalen by retiring her jersey Saturday, lacked experience and cohesion down the stretch in falling to the rival Los Angeles Sparks.

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14dMechelle Voepel

WNBA season 2019: What have we learned so far?

The WNBA season is young, but the Mystics look to have found the perfect home, the Lynx are 3-0 and the Aces look to have the right pieces in place.

19d

LaChina and Dev recap the WNBA opening weekend

LaChina Robinson and Devereaux Peters recap the action from the WNBA opening weekend including the Aces dominating performance and the Storm's impressive outing without their stars. Plus, their reaction to Megan Gustafson not making the Wings roster and rookies that shined in Week 1.

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20dNatalie Gingerich Mackenzie

Minnesota Lynx player Lexie Brown's pregame playlist

Lexie Brown likes to relax before WNBA games, but once she steps onto the court to shoot and stretch, she says it's "turn-up time." She shared her playlist.

22d

Rookie Collier scores 27, Lynx drop Sky 89-71 in opener

Napheesa Collier scored 27 points, the second most in WNBA history by a rookie in her debut, and the new-look Minnesota Lynx pulled away from the Chicago Sky in the second half for an 89-71 win in the season-opener for both teams Saturday night.

Collier leads Lynx with 27 points in WNBA debut (1:18)

2019 Team Leaders

  • Offense
  • Defense
  • Points Per Game

  • Assists Per Game

  • Field Goal Percentage

  • Rebounds Per Game

  • Steals Per Game

  • Blocks Per Game

Team Stats

Points Per Game75.1
Rebounds Per Game34.4
Assists Per Game18.6

Team History

YEARWLPCT
201945.444
20181816.529
2017277.794
2016286.824
20152212.647