Minnesota Lynx, local celebrities react on Twitter to 4th WNBA title

Sweet, sweet revenge.

One year after getting beat — at home — in Game 5 of the WNBA Finals and lose the series to the Los Angeles Sparks, the Minnesota Lynx returned the favor on Wednesday night to win their fourth league championship in franchise history.

The Lynx captured the attention of the sports world, from local athletes to celebrities across the nation.

Check out who said what about the Lynx dynasty:

Renee Montgomery, Lynx guard


Seimone Augustus, Lynx guard/forward


Andrew Wiggins, Wolves forward


Richard Pitino, Gophers men’s basketball coach


Karl-Anthony Towns, Wolves center


Lindsay Whalen, Lynx guard


Evan Turner, Trail Blazers guard


Jim Peterson, FOX Sports North analyst


Kyle Rudolph, Vikings tight end


Jason Zucker, Wild forward


Nick Swardson, comedian


Nino Niederreiter, Wild forward


Charlie Coyle, Wild forward