Maya Moore wasn't able to win another WNBA title in 2014, but the Lynx forward's season was a huge success by any other measure. Now, Moore and her USA Basketball teammates must quickly prepare for the world championship.
Little League sensation Mo'ne Davis attended Sunday's Mercury-Lynx playoff game and said she sees her future in basketball. Her dream is to follow in the footsteps of Lynx star Maya Moore by playing for UConn and, eventually, in the WNBA.
Minnesota fell behind 22-4 at San Antonio but won the clinching game of that West semifinal series 94-89. The Lynx trailed Phoenix 9-0 in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals on Friday and lost 85-71.
DeWanna Bonner not only had colossal success containing MVP Maya Moore but also found her rhythm offensively, netting 16 points as the Mercury controlled the defending champion Lynx in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals.
The Lynx and Mercury dominated the regular season, so the Western Conference finals will really determine the WNBA champion, right? Mechelle Voepel looks at that and four other questions heading into the star-studded series.
The Lynx sweep of the San Antonio Stars marked the end of Becky Hammon's 16-year WNBA career. But she's hardly finished with basketball as she prepares for her assistant coaching position with the NBA's Spurs.