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Courtney Vandersloot passes Lindsay Whalen on WNBA’s assists list in Sky’s OT win over Sun

UNCASVILLE, Conn. — There’s something about overtime basketball in Connecticut. Those five extra minutes bring out something special in the Sky and Courtney Vandersloot. In Game 1 of the semifinals last year against the Connecticut Sun, Vandersloot had the second triple-double in WNBA playoff history in the Sky’s OT win at Mohegan Sun Arena. On Sunday, she passed Lindsay Whalen (2,348) for third on the league’s all-time assists list (2,350) and had 16 points, 12 assists and eight rebounds. Her 2,349th assist came on a pass to Emma Meesseman in overtime.
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Lindsay Whalen Now Has Another Champion In Her House

Lindsay is going to have to make some room in the family trophy case! Lindsay's husband Ben just won the 119th State Amateur Men's Golf Championship, and that trophy looks huge!. The former University of Minnesota golfer took home the championship after a wild finish at the Minnesota State Amateur...
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With Basketball Hall Of Fame Induction Looming, Lindsay Whalen Is Far From Done With The Game

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Congratulations go out to Lindsay Whalen. Over the weekend, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced she’s being inducted in the Class of 2022. Norman Seawright III was at the University of Minnesota Wednesday afternoon, hearing from the Minnesota native for the first time since the news broke. Whalen has had an awesome career that isn’t over yet. After achieving the greatest heights in the WNBA, college and internationally — and having Hutchinson High School’s gym renamed for her — she is a walking legend of a point guard. It was only a matter of time before the hall came...
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Gophers' Lindsay Whalen 'eternally grateful' to be named to Naismith Hall of Fame

MINNEAPOLIS - Lindsay Whalen was quarantined in her Twin Cities home with COVID-19 last Monday when she got a call that would change her life forever. On her first time on the ballot, Whalen was selected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. The former Hutchinson, University of Minnesota, Minnesota Lynx and Olympic star will have a place later this fall with the best to ever play the game. She called her husband, her parents, her coaching staff and others to share the news. She had to wait to talk to her dad, he was busy playing pickle ball.
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