Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus, Lindsay Whalen, Sylvia Fowles and the rest of the WNBA's most recent dynasty ticked off another accomplishment Tuesday by besting their own record start of 2012 to start 11-0 with an 87-63 win over...
The two major league basketball teams in the state of Minnesota have both recently made moves to bolster their respective rosters.
The Timberwolves and its sister club, the Lynx both acquired new players, hoping to provide both leadership and statistical improvement.
The Wolves made the signing of 39-year-old point guard Andre Miller official Aug. 3, a move that is much more likely to bring poise and leadership to the backcourt behind Ricky Rubio and Zach LaVine than outright production. He looks to be the guard equivalent of KG's...!--more-->
Well, Minnesota sports fans, it sure has been tough to be us the past few weeks. 2015 has not been kind to the Land of 10,000 Lakes, not one bit. Since December 30th, the Wild, Timberwolves, and Gopher Men's Hockey and Basketball are a collective 3-22. No, your eyes do not deceive you -- four teams, three with relatively high expectations, only netting three wins in just over two weeks.
Even aside from this new year that is only a couple weeks old, it has been a rough stretch for Minnesota fans this past year. Lately, Minnesota has truly been the home of Loserville USA...!--more-->
The Minnesota Lynx kick off the 2014 WNBA Playoffs with a best-of-three first-round matchup against the San Antonio Stars tonight, but if you’re like me, you didn’t catch much of their regular season.
Wouldn’t it be nice to at least be able to speak intelligently about the team? I thought so, so I whipped up a little primer for the postseason because the Lynx are a truly great team and you ought to know about the terrific basketball they’ve been playing.
The Cheryl Reeve-coached Lynx have easily been the state’s most successful sports team in recent history. Especially...!--more-->
The Timberwolves are done,
and Adelman is out
So are the Gopher men's and women's basketball teams — the former finished the year as a champion
, while the latter ...