MINNEAPOLIS (AP) - The Minnesota Lynx and their loyal fans have a third WNBA championship to savor, all in the last five years.

Now the question is whether the seasoned Lynx can keep their trophy collection going.

Players, coaches and their support staff paraded five blocks through downtown Minneapolis on Friday into Target Center, where the Lynx finished off a Game 5 victory over the Indiana Fever two nights earlier to take home another title.

After another raucous rally inside the arena, with dance music, fireworks and confetti, the Lynx began to say goodbye for the offseason. Their longest-tenured player, Seimone Augustus, said she's committed to continuing the Lynx dynasty even if it means a tapering off international competition during the winter.