Lynx All-Star Fowles reflects on career entering final regular season home game Friday

Superstar center Sylvia Fowles is nearing the end of her WNBA career. Friday is her last scheduled game at Target Center. Spanning 15 years, including 8 with the Lynx, Fowles dominated in many ways.

She reflected on her career in a Zoom conversation with reporters Monday afternoon.

***Click the video box above to watch Fowles’ goodbye news conference***

Fowles was the Finals MVP in 2015, the regular season league MVP in 2017. She’s also a multi-time winner of the Defensive Player of the Year award.

Fowles set the league record for most career double-doubles in 2019 and continues to add to her total with eight this season.

The two-time WNBA champion also owns the records for most career rebounds (3,974) and single-season rebounds (404). She also has the highest career field goal percentage at 60%.

There is still a chance for Fowles and the Lynx to make the playoffs.

Atlanta (14-19) is tied with the Phoenix Mercury for the eighth, and final playoff spot with a week remaining in the regular season — a half-game ahead of the New York Liberty (13-19) and a game in front of Minnesota (13-20) and the Los Angeles Sparks (13-20).