Mystics WNBA 

5 Observations from Washington’s win over Chicago

The Washington Mystics moved to 3-2 after a home win over the Chicago Sky last night. That was the first part of their three game homestand, an opportunity for Washington to move up the standings after a long road trip in which they went 1-2. As for last night, their were definitely some positive steps taken by Washington. The way... Read More
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Mystics use big third quarter run to get past the Sky

The Washington Mystics came home after a grueling seven day, three-game road trip to face the Chicago Sky for the second time this week. They played Thursday afternoon in Chicago, the Mystics took that game on the road and held on to beat the Sky last night at the Verizon Center. Last night was the first game they played without... Read More
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Washington ends long road trip with a win

The Washington Mystics have arrived back in Washington D.C. after a seven day, three-game road trip. Their record is now 2-2  overall after going 1-2 on the road trip. Kristi Toliver went back to LA for the first time as the Mystics took on the Sparks on their ring night, Washington would lose that game by 10, 99-89. A slow... Read More
D.C. United Mystics 

Despite Hamid’s heroics, Chicago tops D.C. United

Chicago looked like a team that was trying to get it’s sixth win of the season and first road result, the home side couldn’t get anything going in regards to an attack. It wasn’t from a lack of effort or urgency, they didn’t have the facilitators needed in the middle of the field to put things in order. The complete... Read More
Mystics WNBA 

Meesseman on jet lag, Delle Donne, and rebounding

We caught up with Washington’s 5th-year forward after Washington’s season opening win over, she talked about jet lag and more. She double-downed on her comment a couple of seasons ago about Elena Delle Donne being the best player in the league. Emma was excited to see how’d she fit in with this year’s team and prefers to play with Elena... Read More
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Mystics start the season off with a win over the Stars

The Washington Mystics started their 2017 campaign with a win over the visiting San Antonio Stars, 89-74. The crowd of 6,126 made enough noise for double that amount in the Verizon Center.  Three of Washington’s starters finished the game having scored in double figures, 10 players got in on the action. The Stars were without last year’s first round pick... Read More
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