Game 756 | May 11, 2010 | Lindsay Whalen, Cheryl Reeve
Under first-year coach Reeve the Minnesota Lynx team finished the season with a 13-21 record. Whalen, in her first season back in Minnesota, averaged 12.6 points per game, 4.0 rebounds and 5.6 assists and was named to play in the league's All-Star game.

Game 775 | June 28, 2011 | Maya Moore, Cheryl Reeve
After 12 seasons as one of the worst teams in the WNBA, everything came together for the Lynx in 2011. Moore, the league's number one draft choice, was named Rookie of the Year and Reeve was Coach of the Year as the team finished 27-7 and rolled through the WNBA playoffs. Former Gopher star Lindsay Whalen was named to the WNBA fist team, and Seimone Augustus was named Playoff MVP. The championship team received a welcome parade through the streets of downtown Minneapolis.

Game 847 | August 13, 2009 | Cheryl Reeve, Lindsay Whalen
Three months after their appearance at Dunkers, Coach Reeve and point guard Whalen celebrated the Lynx third WNBA title in the past five years. Reeve's Lynx teams have a 140-64 record under her leadership. Whalen returned to her native Minnesota in a 2010 trade with the Connecticut Sun. She won a gold medal for the United States in the 2012 Olympics and said she hoped to be chosen for the 2016 team.

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