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Mystics drop home-and-home with Sky

At 2-6, The Mystics are spiraling downward. What looked to be a promising season is quickly turning sour. Washington lost a back-to-back with the Chicago Sky on Wednesday and Friday night. The Mystics are a game from sharing the conference cellar with Connecticut. Below are some observations, takeaways from the home-and-home with the Sky. Chemistry is off Something just doesn’t… Read More
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Not much time to regroup for Mystics, take on Sparks to end home stand

The Mystics are still searching for their first victory of the season after falling to the Dallas Wings, 87-77, on Wednesday night. Washington ends its home stand on Friday night against the Los Angeles Sparks. Below are a few takeaways from Wednesday’s game and looks ahead to Friday’s contest. Need more production from bench A couple of injuries have watered… Read More
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Copper a bright spot in sloppy loss to Fever

Turnovers lead to points, that’s the biggest takeaway from Washington’s game against the Indiana Fever today. Indiana got mostly  every thing they wanted from the opening tip, starting with the gift that kept giving, Mystics turnovers. Washington never really looked like themselves or the team fans are accustomed to seeing the past few seasons. Nearly every wart and rlaw were… Read More

Maryland’s Brene Moseley headed to Indiana

Maryland’s outstanding Senior class didn’t reach the goals they wanted in their final season together, but one of them did get selected in last week’s WNBA Draft. Brene Moseley was taken by the Indiana Fever with the ninth pick in the second round, 21st overall. She did nothing but win on the collegiate level at Maryland, fighting back from two… Read More
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Washington gets size, versatility in Copper

The Washington Mystics went into the WNBA Draft with no glaring needs, making it pretty difficult to predict just who they’d take with their First Round pick. We here at My Mind on Sports tried to predict who Washington would select, it was hard to narrow it to one so a list was comprised. With the seventh overall selection in the… Read More

Wrapping up the 2016 WNBA Draft

The 2016 WNBA Draft was historic and that’s before any of the players hit the floor for their respective teams. It’s the 20th year of the league and it was the first time in history that the first three picks in the draft came out of the same school. After making history on the collegiate level, becoming the first school… Read More
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With the 7th pick, the Washington Mystics select…

The Washington Mystics are coming off of their third consecutive season of making the playoffs, the young team surely plans on taking another step forward next month when the 2016 campaign begins. Last year’s draft haul featured Ally Malott, Natasha Cloud and Marcia Gajic. The last of which didn’t spend anytime in the WNBA last season, both Malott and Cloud… Read More
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Q&A with Mystics center, National Team finalist Stefanie Dolson

Last week, Washington Mystics center Stefanie Dolson was named a finalist for the United States Womens National Team. She would be the only member of the Mystics to be selected to the 25 player list. She made huge strides in her sophomore campaign, showing several flashes of the special talent she has at her disposal. Her ongoing development will play… Read More

Defense wins championships, Lynx now three time champs

Three titles in five years, that qualifies as a Dynasty right? Last night, the Minnesota Lynx ran away from the Indiana Fever in a winner-take-all Game 5. The Lynx made history in the 69-52 win last night, it was the first time they won the title on their home floor. While the score would indicate that it was a walk… Read More
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