Ever have the feeling like you’ve been somewhere before?
The 2011 WNBA Champion Minnesota Lynx were honored by President Barack Obama on September 18 at the White House. (Photo by Stephen Gosling/Getty Images)
Lindsay and Candice celebrate after Lindsay’s game-winning bucket against the Fever. (Photo by Getty Images/Ron Hoskins)
Seimone pushes the ball up the floor. (Photo by David Sherman/Getty Images)
Tuesday wasn’t just a record-setting day for Taj; forward Rebekkah Brunson gathered a team-record 20 rebounds against San Antonio, setting her own record for a single game. (David Sherman/Getty Images)
This rebound against San Antonio on Aug. 28 was the 1050th offensive rebound of Taj McWilliams-Franklin’s career, putting her in the No. 1 all-time spot for WNBA players. (David Sherman/Getty Images)
Check out Maya’s custom pink Jordan sneakers in recognition of breast cancer awareness. (Getty Images/David Sherman)
Whalen sends a pass across the court. (Getty Images)
Lindsay Whalen brought her Lynx career assist mark up to 499 tonight, making her the No. 1 all-time leader in franchise history.
Tonight, an 83-59 victory over the Shock, was also breast cancer awareness night; the Lynx had pink numbers and lettering to honor the cause. (David Sherman/Getty Images)