Now, looking back, Moore saw the trade “was a validation that I am a good player in this league.” However, coming home to play in the downtown arena just minutes from where she grew up wasn’t the homecoming she had hoped for, Moore said.
If the first half was any indication, the next nine games or so of the 2018 WNBA regular season will perhaps go down as the most unpredictable season in league history.
But, the highlight of the weekend for me came near the end of the WNBA FIT Clinic when England’s five-year-old son Ahmir Crump put on a dribbling display that mesmerized the onlookers in attendance.
The Minnesota Lynx’s first WNBA off-season saw two key players changing addresses. All-Star Tonya Edwards and long-on-potential but even-more-problematic Brandy Reed were traded to Phoenix in separate trades.
On October 4, in front of a thunderous, sell-out crowd at Williams Arena, the Minnesota Lynx outlasted the L.A. Sparks to clinch the 2017 WNBA Championship title. With the win, the Lynx make league history by tying the Houston Comets with four titles — their fourth in seven seasons. A championship parade is scheduled for today […]
For 20 weeks, to commemorate the WNBA’s 20th season (the MSR having covered each season), the MSR sports section will feature a column or article on the W in our “20 in 20” series. This week: back to work The 2016 WNBA regular season resumes this week after a nearly a month off. But […]
UPDATE: After this story was published, it was reported that four off-duty police officers walked out of the Lynx game on Saturday, July 9, to protest Lynx players who held a pregame press conference to speak about racial profiling and the fatal shooting of Philando Castile, Alton Sterling and five Dallas police officers last week. On Tuesday, July […]