If the greatness of an athlete is best measured by her accumulation of titles, Maya Moore is hands-down the most transcendent player in Minnesota history. In just five seasons with the Lynx, she's won three WNBA titles. This comes on top of her days at Connecticut, when the Huskies went an astounding 150-4 and won two NCAA titles. She also twice won the Naismith Award as the nation's best female high school player. Moore's been named the WNBA's Rookie of the Year, as well as its MVP. And she's won three gold medals for the U.S. women's team in both the Olympics and the FIBA world championships. Though she may not receive the attention her male counterparts get, the sheer volume of her accomplishments dwarfs those of any other basketball player in Minnesota.