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Troy’s Take: Chicago Sky 66, Washington Mystics 64

The Mystics had two impressive victories over the Minnesota Lynx before taking on the Chicago Sky in a mini-weekend series. The race for the playoffs and first place in the East is very congested, the margin for error is extremely small. The Sky took a step in the right direction by sweeping the Mystics in the mini-series to jump over... Read More
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Mystics complete the sweep of the Lynx with an impressive win

Last night in Minnesota, the Washington Mystics made a statement. They are here and are getting better, Washington went into the lion’s den and not only left with a win, but trounced the best team in the Western Conference. The win helped the Mystics move up  a bit in the extremely congested Eastern Conference, now in second place behind the... Read More
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Mystics without Meesseman as they visit the Lynx

The Washington Mystics are coming off one of their biggest wins of the season, but it doesn’t get any easier. Tonight they’ll face the Minnesota Lynx again, only this time as visitors. From there, they’ll face the Chicago Sky twice in three days. The first Friday night on the road, then again on Sunday at home in D.C. The following... Read More
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Washington shows it can be physical in tough win over the Lynx

The best team in the Western Conference came into Washington, D.C. searching for their fourth consecutive win. The Minnesota Lynx were denied by the Washington Mystics with a final score of 77-69. The Mystics were led by Ivory Latta’s 20 points, it was an overall team effort that got it done, especially on the defensive end of the floor. The game... Read More
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Physical Fever lean on experience to get past Washington

The Indiana Fever have come to be something of a bother to the Washington Mystics, if Washington wishes to take the next step and compete for a championship, it starts with besting the bullies on their block. Think of it like this, the Fever are the Detroit Pistons to the young Chicago Bulls or the Boston Celtics to the Miami... Read More
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Mystics run past the Sun behind Hill’s career night

The Washington Mystics mad sure that there wouldn’t be an encore performance for Alex Bentley or the Connecticut Sun. The Sun won on Friday night at their house, but the home team returned the favor in this one. It was Washington’s eighth home win of the season and their 13th overall, putting them just one and a half games behind... Read More
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Mystics rally, then hold on despite Stars ‘Big 3’ scoring 58 points

  The Washington Mystics and the San Antonio Stars game finished in dramatic fashion last night, San Antonio’s Jia Perkins missed a one-legged three point attempt at the buzzer  that would have taken the game into overtime. It was an ugly win for Washington, but a win none the less. The 66-63 victory gave the Mystics their 12th win of... Read More
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Mystics drub Stars behind suffocating defense, big night from Vaughn

The Washington Mystics have hit their groove, they’ve found a rotation that works and have taken off. Now, at this point in the season it’s fair to say that everything said on Media day is starting to come into fruition. This is the healthiest the team has been all season and it shows just how strong a roster Coach Mike... Read More
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