After two WNBA championships with the Minnesota Lynx, 2017 league MVP Sylvia Fowles has clearly found a rhythm that works for her.
The Lynx also released Jillian Alleyne Tuesday.
Minnesota's training camp roster is now at 12. "I learned quickly that you have to stay focused on the court and not let the excitement get to you".
Wagner was a four-year starter at Minnesota, and ranks third on the school's all-time scoring list with 2,215 points and second with 307 made 3-pointers. But one of the final roster reductions involved a local talent. "I love him because he puts me in a good mood before a game", she said after a recent practice. "I don't want to stay the same. I want to be able to get better and evolve".
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