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Citing Reeve's passion for the game, Achonwa joins Lynx: 'This was the fit for me'
Natalie Achonwa, who will likely back up Sylvia Fowles, said she wanted to play for a coach as passionate — and vocal — as she is.
McBride says decision to sign with Lynx was a 'no-brainer'
On the first day of free agency, they were already talking, across two continents: Cheryl Reeve in Minnesota, Kayla McBride in Turkey, where she was playing during the WNBA off-season.
Podcast: Who is the best center to pair with Wild rookie star Kaprizov?
In the long-term, can the Wild find the right type of center to consistently bring out the best in Russian rookie Kirill Kaprizov?
Reeve: New veterans help Lynx with 'real challenges' that need addressing
The Lynx officially announced the signing of free agents Kayla McBride and Natalie Achonwa, and a third new player — Aerial Powers — will be joining them.
Podcast: Super Bowl is almost here, but will Kirk Cousins ever get there?
Welcome to the debut of the Daily Delivery podcast, featuring Michael Rand and the Star Tribune sports staff talking about the big issues in Minnesota Sports.
Souhan: Lynx get in on the 'fireworks' in the WNBA offseason
Some of the WNBA's best players will be wearing different uniforms in 2021, and the Lynx will sign at least three free agents
Lynx make moves in free agency, add Natalie Achonwa and Aerial Powers
The news comes the day after the team landed three time WNBA All-Star Kayla McBride.
Lynx will bolster backcourt in 2021 with addition of McBride
Kayla McBride is a three-time WNBA All Star – in 2015, 2018 and 2019. In college at Notre Dame, she played in four Final Fours. And now, she's joining the Lynx.
Boston's triple-double leads No. 4 Gamecocks over Georgia
Aliyah Boston is trying to make her mark on a South Carolina program that's had stellar post players like A'ja Wilson and Alaina Coates.
Minnesota teams pledged $40M for justice. Where is it going?
George Floyd's death spurred aggressive commitments of financial support and team involvement. Recipients sense a new desire from owners and athletes to create genuine relationships that go deeper than in the past.
How Minnesota pro teams are distributing $40 million in pledges to fight systemic racism
About $5 million donated In the wake of George Floyd's killing in May has been spent so far.
Sid Hartman wins two posthumous sportswriting awards
The legendary Star Tribune columnist was named Minnesota Sportswriter of the Year for 2020 and also given a lifetime achievement award by the Football Writers Association of America.
Forward Bridget Carleton re-signs with Lynx
She impressed in 22 games in the WNBA bubble last summer.
Souhan: How WNBA players past and present keep proving their power
This weekend, former WNBA star Becky Hammon will coach at Target Center as an assistant for the San Antonio Spurs. Another former WNBA point guard found herself nodding in approval.
Goodbye, 2020. What's ahead for Minnesota sports in 2021?
Let's peer into our crystal ball and answer 10 big questions looming over local sports teams in the new year.
December 23, 2020
Lynx were among early promoters of Black Lives Matter movement
The Lynx helped set the stage for athletes speaking out about social justice.
December 18, 2020
Bueckers has 11 points, UConn routs Creighton in Big East home opener
Former Hopkins star Paige Bueckers finished with 11 points, seven rebounds and five assists as UConn dominated the Bluejays from the start.
December 17, 2020
Bailey, Tar Heels women cruise past No. 18 Orange 92-68
Janelle Bailey scored 25 points and North Carolina ran away from No. 18 Syracuse 92-68 on Thursday night.
December 17, 2020
Cooke leads No. 5 South Carolina to 103-41 win over Temple
When Zia Cooke is confident in practice, it usually shows the next time South Carolina takes the court.
December 17, 2020
No. 4 NC State women beat Wake Forest 79-65 with fast start
Jakia Brown-Turner scored 14 of her 23 points in the first quarter and No. 4 North Carolina State used sizzling early shooting to beat Wake Forest 79-65 on Thursday night.
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