WNBA

The WNBA today named Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore its Western Conference Player of the month for May. This is the third consecutive Western Conference Player of the Month award for Moore, who also was honored in August and September of the 2013 season. Read More

Maya Moore crouched, tensed, then exploded from the low block to behind the three-point arc. She took a pass, turned, planted, jumped and shot.Read More

Go behind the scenes and find out why Maya is deserving of a spot on this year's All-Star roster.Read More

Vote Maya for Best Female Athlete.Read More

Don’t forget to vote for Maya to the 2014 All-Star Game on July 19th! You can cast your vote by clicking here.Read More

Minnesota Lynx forward Maya Moore – MVP of the 2013 WNBA Finals presented by Boost Mobile – led all players with 28,389 votes following final returns of the 2014 WNBA All-Star Balloting presented by Boost Mobile. Chicago Sky frontcourt star Elena Delle Donne – the 2013 WNBA Rookie of the Year Read More

Maya Moore's outstanding season continued on Saturday night with 40 points in the Minnesota Lynx's 84-75 win over the Tulsa Shock last night at the BOK Center.Read More

Add another big honor to Maya Moore's very full trophy case. The Minnesota Lynx forward has won her first WNBA regular-season MVP award, the league announced Thursday. Moore will receive the award before the Lynx host San Antonio in the opener of the Western Conference semifinals on Thursday Read More

Maya Moore looked like she wanted to be anywhere else, literally anywhere else in the entire world, at least anywhere else inside the confines of Target Center. Moore just sat there Thursday as WNBA President Laurel Richie took the podium, and aside from inciting an otherwise silent Read More

Maya Moore, playing in familiar surroundings, led the Lynx to their second title in three years. by KENT YOUNGBLOOD , Star Tribune DULUTH, GA. – Because Game 3 was so competitive, the Lynx couldn’t start celebrating until there were mere seconds left. But with a few ticks left on the clock, Read More