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Walker-Kimbrough headlines Washington’s draft class

The Washington Mystics had a very eventful offseason as they landed the league’s 2015 Most Valuable Player, Elena Delle Donne. While that trade brought someone in, it meant several players were leaving. Two left in the trade for EDD, Stefanie Dolson and Kahleah Copper. In a second trade to create both cap space and roster space, the Mystics sent Kia... Read More
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Washington set to add the WNBA’s 2015 MVP

The Washington Mystics are set to acquire the 2015 WNBA Most Valuable Player, Elena Delle Donne will officially be a member of the Washington Mystics tomorrow. The news broke last night of there being an agreement in principle for a trade between the Mystics and the Chicago Sky. The Sky will receive center Stefanie Dolson and wing Kahleah Copper, along... Read More
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Vaughn, Hartley headed to New York in three-team trade

The Washington Mystics were part of a three-team deal today involving the Seattle Storm and New York Liberty. New York will be getting Kia Vaughn and Bria Hartley, Seattle gets Carolyn Swords from the Liberty, and the Mystics get the sixth overall pick in this year’s draft from the Storm. In addition to landing Seattle’s first round pick, the Mystics... Read More
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Mystics end the season with loss to the Sun

Postseason hopes weren’t on the table for either the Washington Mystics or the Connecticut Sun in their matchup to close the regular season last night. The Sun ended the Mystics regular season with a loss, resulting in a disappointed vibe that resonated from the stands to the locker room. However, any spectator in the building could determine the loss came... Read More
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Washington’s rally fall short in the desert

The Washington Mystics  fell to the Phoenix Mercury yesterday afternoon 78-74. It would be the Mystics fourth consecutive loss, putting them at 0-4 on this road trip. They have one more game out West before returning home, Friday against Seattle. There were a few similarities in this contest and the one that took place in June at the Verizon Center... Read More
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Strong first quarter propels Mystics to rout of Lynx

Diana Taurasi’s words about the Mystics rang true just 48 hours later, the young team was able to bounce back from a tough loss the Phoenix by taking down the reigning champs. Washington learned their lesson, they did not get off to a slow start, nor was it just a good start. The Mystics jumped on the visiting Minnesota Lynx... Read More
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Breaking down Washington’s big win over Atlanta

The Washington Mystics did something for the first time this season last night, they won a home game. That’s big in it’s own right and even bigger considering it was just the first of a five game home stand for the Mystics. They’ve gotten five of their six wins on the road this season, so putting together a 40 minute... Read More
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Mystics continue success on the road, head home to face the champs

The Mystics continue to play well on the road, winning back-to-back road games to move within two games of .500. Last night in Texas, Washington topped the Dallas Wings 87-79. Prior to that, they went to Atlanta and topped the Angel McCoughtry led Dream 86-79, handing the East leading Dream just their second loss of the year. Washington has gotten... 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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Charles, Liberty execute late to ruin Washington’s opener

The Washington Mystics started their three-game home stand to open the 2016 season with a loss to the New York Liberty. Despite missing several players and their All-Star front court struggling, the Mystics put up one heck of a fight before falling 87-76 last night. Washington was powered by their guards, led by Tayler Hill with 20 points and 8... Read More
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