FOX Sports North to Air Select Lynx “Classic Games”

Minneapolis-St. Paul – In conjunction with FOX Sports North, the television home of the Minnesota Lynx, the Lynx today announced the network will televise eight classic Lynx games beginning Sunday, May 18, 2020 and ending Thursday, June 25, 2020. 

Notable games from Minnesota’s winningest franchise will be from the 2013 season through the 2018 campaign, including Maya Moore’s buzzer-beater to defeat the Indiana Fever in Game 3 of the 2015 WNBA Finals and the championshipclinching game of the 2017 Finals as the Lynx tied the Houston Comets for the most titles in league history. 

All Classic games will feature live social media commentary and participation by a variety of FOX Sports North on-air talent including Lynx play-by-play voice Marney Gellner and former Associate Head Coach and current Timberwolves color analyst Jim Petersen. Head Coach and General Manager Cheryl Reeve, former Lynx great Lindsay Whalen and other current and former players, season ticket members will provide first-hand perspectives after living those moments.  

The full schedule of games is below: 

Day  Date  Time  Original Date  Match-Up / Description 
Sun  5/17/20  6:00 PM  9/4/2013  Lindsay Whalen’s career-high 14 assists, Lynx vs Sparks 
Sun  5/24/20  6:00 PM  9/27/2015  Maya Moore scores playoff club-record 40 points, Lynx vs Mercury 
Tue  5/26/20  7:00 PM  8/18/2017  Largest win margin (59 points) in franchise history, Lynx vs Fever 
Sun  5/31/20  6:00 PM  5/23/2018  Sylvia Fowles posts first 20/20 game in Lynx history, Lynx vs Wings 
Sun  6/7/20  6:00 PM  7/22/2014  Maya Moore sets franchise record with 48 points, Lynx vs Dream 
Sat  6/13/20  7:00 PM  9/17/2016  Minnesota’s franchise-best 28th win, Lynx vs Dream 
Sun  6/21/20  6:00 PM  10/9/2015  2015 WNBA Finals Game 3: Maya Moore buzzer-beater, Lynx vs Fever 
Thu  6/25/20  7:00 PM  10/4/2017  2017 WNBA Finals Game 5: Sylvia Fowles MVP, Lynx vs Sparks 


All games will stream live on FOX Sports GO – available via the FOX Sports GO app, which can be downloaded from iTunes, Google Play, Amazon App Store and Windows Store. Streaming is also now available on several connected devices, including Apple TV, Android TV, FireTV, Roku, Chromecast and Xbox One.