They were, The Post reported at the time, hoping to create a potential super team in the Golden State Warriors model.
They’re called the Minnesota Lynx, and they made quick work of the Mystics in this Wnba semifinal series, winning three straight games, all by double digits.
Second-leading scorer Tayler Hill tore her anterior cruciate ligament in July and missed the rest of the season.
Coach Mike Thibault’s rule of evaluating opponents is disarmingly simple: imagine putting both teams on the court and then deciding how many players you would want from each roster.
Which means that Thibault might want to deliver a message to his general manager: If you’re going to fully realize the potential of having a former MVP on your roster, you need to surround her with more talent.
- Moore, Fowles help Lynx sweep Mystics, return to WNBA FinalsTwinCities.com-Pioneer Press
- Lynx sweep Mystics to reach third straight WNBA FinalsESPN
- Candace Parker's game-winner sends Sparks to WNBA Finals againSB Nation
- Lynx headed back to WNBA Finals with sweep of WashingtonMinneapolis Star Tribune
- Lynx Sweep Mystics, Return To WNBA FinalsCBS Minnesota / WCCO
- Mystics swept by Lynx in WNBA semifinalsWashington Times
- Lynx Return To FinalsWNAX
- Moore helps Lynx sweep Mystics, advance to WNBA FinalINFORUM
- NoteworthyAlbany Times Union