Ads on NBA jerseys seem to be inevitable, but so far the league has resisted pressure to follow the path of European soccer.SEE ALSO: Vikings QB problem, summed up in one jersey That's not the case in the WNBA, where today the Lynx became the sixth team to emblazon its jerseys with an advertiser's l ... More >>
Adorned with LED lights, the Lowry Avenue Bridge in north Minneapolis is capable of lighting up in all sorts of cool colors in commemoration of all sorts of events. But which ones are significant enough to warrant the ligh-show treatment?SEE ALSO: Hennepin County Sheriff Rich Stanek thinks pot makes ... More >>
Last night, the Minnesota Lynx finished off an overmatched Atlanta Dream team to sweep the WNBA finals, capping off a perfect postseason where they won all seven of their games, most of them by comfortable margins.SEE ALSO: Seimone Augustus kissed during game, says Taurasi "wanted some of my delicio ... More >>
Last night, the Minnesota Lynx treated the Target Center faithful to the best pro sports performance Minnesota has seen since Brett Favre eviscerated the Dallas Cowboys in the playoffs in early 2010.Behind the strength of an unstoppable Lindsay Whalen-led offense, the Lynx crushed the Phoenix Mercur ... More >>
Seven years after they met at an All-American showcase for high school players in California, Minnesota Lynx player Monica Wright and Kevin Durant are engaged, according to numerous reports.Durant, a three-time NBA scoring champion for the Oklahoma City Thunder, was spotted in May sitting courtside ... More >>
-- Update at bottom --The Minnesota Mist are the Twin Cities' newest professional sports franchise. The team, owned by former Lynx player Tamara Moore, is part of something called the Bikini Basketball League (see update below), and over the weekend they played their debut game against the Los ... More >>
Are you a fan of women's basketball? No? Well, what if the players wore bikinis on the court?SEE ALSO: Cheryl Reeve, Lynx coach, goes berserk during Finals game, throws jacket at assistant [VIDEO] Former Minnesota Lynx player Tamara Moore is hoping the answer to that latter question is, "Yes, I'll d ... More >>
Lynx star Seimone Augustus claimed it ruined her Western Conference championship celebration. That seems a bit melodramatic, but still, you'd hope Roseville police officers have better things to do.SEE ALSO: Olympian Seimone Augustus on being an openly gay pro athlete [VIDEO]Yesterday morning, Augus ... More >>
SEE ALSO:-- Olympian Seimone Augustus on being an openly gay pro athlete [VIDEO]-- Fargo Forum reverses course, decides to publish gay marriage notices after backlashFrom the mouth of babes oft times comes gems, and this is one of those times.Carter Gustafson, 8 3/4, recently penned an awwwww-inspir ... More >>
Minneapolis-St. Paul is the 13th "most lesbainish" metro in the country, according to Jezebel's first-ever ranking of lesbian hot spots.Jezebel doesn't explain the list's methodology, so take it for what it's worth, but the Twin Cities gets kudos for our abundance of piercing-laden bicycle chicks ... More >>
In an odd bit of symmetry, we learned that the Sugarhill Gang will be performing a halftime show at this Sunday's Lynx game just a few short hours after hearing of the death of Sugar Hill Records' Sylvia Robinson, whose most notable contribution to hip-hop was her production work on the Sugarhill ... More >>
What restaurants does the newly-minted Lynx guard plan to hit up when she returns to town?
A former front-office guy in minor league baseball has assembled a database of more than 500 confirmed and validated Twitter accounts for pro and college athletes.
Minnesota's two American Idol finalists from the Fox reality show's last season will perform tonight at the Minnesota Lynx game.
The rebounding battle was the telling stat in this game. When Eddie Jones pulls down the same amount of rebounds as Kevin Garnett, the Timberwolves are not going to win.
The critics may say the WNBA game lacks poetry. Stephen Burt is determined to give it some.
Without lesbian players and fans, there might be no women's pro basketball. But tell that to the WNBA.
Former Fillies center Tonyus Chavers watches from the sidelines as women's pro basketball hits the jackpot
Lynx officials say they want all their fans to feel welcome. Then why are the Target Center crowds so pale?
What's this "women's game" business, anyway?
After months of negotiations, the Minnesota Lynx enter their first season with a union, a contract, and a princely $25,000 minimum salary