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The Lynx opened training camp Sunday with championship aspirations. In other news, water is wet, babies are cute and cotton candy is bad for your teeth. No duh, right? The Lynx don’t understand the concept of mediocrity. Not this core group, winners of three WNBA championships and five trips to . . . Read More
At 36 — she turns 37 in October — Sue Bird is the oldest active player in the WNBA. “Trust me,” she deadpanned. “It’s true. I feel it. When you reach this point, you just have to be careful about certain things.” For the third straight year, Bird spent the offseason in Seattle and chose to work out. . . Read More
The Storm returns every starter and its top nine scorers, which in theory should make things easier on third-year coach Jenny Boucek. And for the most part, the veterans led the way Sunday on the first day of WNBA training camp. “I thought it was a great first day,” Boucek said. . . . Read More
Cheryl Reeve vowed she would not watch it. Living it was tough enough. But with Lynx training camp nearing, with the team converging on the Twin Cities to start over again, Reeve sat down and watched the tape of Game 5 of the 2016 WNBA Finals. “It was the first time I watched it since we. . . Read More
In the days immediately after orchestrating a blockbuster trade for Elena Delle Donne in early February, Washington Mystics Coach and General Manager Mike Thibault revealed how his plans for a peaceful night’s rest would be interrupted with thoughts of creating mismatches for the 2015 WNBA MVP.. . . Read More
The closing moments of the Minnesota Lynx’s 2016 season have a tendency to invade coach Cheryl Reeve’s dreams. Maybe that’s not the right word. “Do I dream about it? No,” she said of the last seconds of Game 5 of last year’s WNBA Finals. “Do I have nightmares about it? Yes. It sticks with you.”. . . Read More
In the compressed WNBA season, this might be the most important thing. During last year’s 28-6 season, all five Lynx starters played in 29 or more games; the five combined to miss only seven games. Lindsay Whalen, Seimone Augustus and Maya Moore all passed on playing overseas this winter. . . Read More
Kelsey Plum was thrilled to be in San Antonio and sign her first WNBA contract. “It’s kind of surreal. You can hear about it, but there’s nothing like when you actually sign,” the former Washington Huskies guard said.. . . Read More



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