The Lynx look much different now than two seasons ago. The Lynx finished the 2017 season with a record of 27–7, finishing first in the Western Conference (and the league as a whole) and qualifying for the playoffs, before ultimately beating Los Angeles in the WNBA Finals to win their league-tying best fourth championship. Copyright 2020 NBA Media Ventures, LLC | Turner Sports Interactive, Inc. All rights reserved. You and a guest will be invited to attend a dinner with the WNBA Commissioner. Lynx Championship Series: “The Shot”. Protocols included shortening the WNBA’s already brief season from 34 games to 22 games while also maintaining the bubble, with all games and practices taking place in Bradenton, Florida. The Seattle Storm swept the Las Vegas Aces in the 2020 WNBA Finals for the franchise's fourth title.
After a close second round, Minnesota was unable to score a win and was swept by the Seattle Storm in the semifinals. — Minnesota Lynx (@minnesotalynx) May 18, 2020. The resemblance to Moore’s buzzer beater and Michael Jordan’s iconic 1998 NBA Finals game-winner is uncanny. Lynx fans had to say goodbye to legendary Minnesota coach Lindsay Whalen in her retirement as well as coach Rebekkah Brunson, who holds the franchise all-time rebounding record. Esteemed guard Maya Moore has been inactive since 2018 to focus on her social justice work, recently helping free Johnathon Irons from being wrongfully incarcerated for two decades. WNBA Finals 2020 - Schedule, news and latest updates for Las Vegas Aces vs. Seattle Storm. Enjoy VIP seating at a Minnesota Whitecaps regular season game, followed by a post-game meet and greet with the 2019 Isobel Cup Champions. Postgame meet and greet with a Lynx player or coach. The Lynx’s regular season included 14 wins and 8 losses, a record that guaranteed a spot in the second round of the playoffs avoiding single elimination. HIGHLIGHTS: Minnesota Lynx 71-92 Seattle Storm. Enjoy VIP seating at a Minnesota Whitecaps regular season game, followed by a post-game meet and greet with the 2019 Isobel Cup Champions. In a recent walk down Memory Lane, former Lynx Assistant Coach Jim Petersen tweeted that it was a “one of the most clutch plays considering the moment (WNBA Finals…buzzer beater…on the road…incredible execution.” As for Moore’s teammates, they had nothing but faith when she had her hands on the ball. October 8, 2020. With many young and upcoming players on the Lynx and a semifinal appearance in 2020 under their belt, the upcoming 2021 season will be an exciting season to watch and will hopefully add another championship title to the Lynx dynasty. “I knew when she caught it,” Whalen told ESPN.com in 2015. The 2017 WNBA season of the Minnesota Lynx is their 19th season in the Women's National Basketball Association. The season began in early July, and it’s about to wrap up with semifinals currently taking place.