Minnesota Lynx Fans say Goodbye to Retiring Lindsay Whalen

August 19, 2018 10:23 PM

Minnesota Lynx fans packed Target Center Sunday night to say goodbye to a basketball legend.

Lindsay Whalen is retiring and played her last regular home season game. Whalen's number 13 was seen all across the arena.


RELATED: Dayton Proclaims Sunday 'Lindsay Whalen Day' Ahead of Star's Final Regular Season Lynx Game

Fans say Whalen is a class act on and off the court, along with being a role model for young girls.


"My girls want to be just like her," one mother said.

"She's just the greatest role model for kids in Minnesota," another fan said.

RELATED: Lynx Star Lindsay Whalen Announces Retirement from WNBA

"I think she's a fantastic role model for little kids to look up to," a teenage fan said.

Whalen has four WNBA titles, two Olympic gold medals and is the second leading scorer in University of Minnesota history.


Joe Mazan

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