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

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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).