lynx all-stars

The Lynx will have four players at Saturday’s WNBA All-Star Game (2:30 p.m., Ch. 5) in Connecticut, and the Western Conference will be coached by Cheryl Reeve and the Lynx staff. Here is a look at the team’s All-Stars:


Seimone Augustus

Age: 29

Position: guard/forward

All-Star appearance: fourth

Comment: Already the franchise leader in scoring (3,874), Augustus has three 20-plus-point games this season. Her best game came against Tulsa on June 23 when she had 22 points, four assists and three rebounds.

Maya Moore

Age: 24

Position: guard/forward

All-Star appearance: second

Comment: In her third season, Moore is averaging career-highs in points ( 16.8, No. 8 in the league), rebounds (6.3), blocks (0.8), three-point shooting (.427) and free-throw shooting (.891). She has scored 20 or more points in seven games.


Rebekkah Brunson

Age: 31

Position: forward

All-Star appearance: third

Comment: In only her fourth season with the team, Brunson set the franchise record for most career rebounds on Sunday in Phoenix. Her 13 boards there gave her 1,035 with the Lynx, surpassing Tamika Raymond (1,028). Brunson has had seven double-doubles this season.

Lindsay Whalen

Age: 31

Position: point guard

All-Star appearance: third

Comment: Whalen’s 16.1-point scoring average is a career high. She has scored 20 or more points in four of her past five games.