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As the Lynx head back to Finals, Mystics encouraged about future

The Washington Mystics season came to an end as the Minnesota Lynx defeated them 81-70 in Game 3 of the semifinals on Sunday. This season proved how far they have come, but it also shows how far they have to go. With the acquisitions of former MVP Elena Delle Donne and WNBA champion Kristi Toliver, expectations were very high for... Read More
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Keys for Mystics heading into Game 2

Tuesday night, the Minnesota Lynx put on a shooting clinic, drowning the visiting Washington Mystics with wet jumpers en route to a convincing 101-81 victory in Game 1 of the WNBA semifinals. There wasn’t much to cheer about for Mystics fans, especially after the second quarter. An exasperated Mike Thibault evaluated his group’s performance after the game. “We got bombarded,” Thibault... Read More
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Mystics end drought, advance to second round with win over Wings

The Washington Mystics showed a lot of muscle and grit by defeating the Dallas Wings 86-76 in front of their home crowd last night at the Capitol One Arena. This win came less than two weeks after the Dallas Wings came into the Capitol One Arena and upset the Washington Mystics in a physical game. In that specific game Dallas... Read More
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Mystics snap losing streak in overtime thriller

Things haven’t gone well for the Washington Mystics since clinching a playoff spot. They snapped a three game losing streak by way of an overtime thriller last night at Capital One Arena against the Seattle Storm 110-106. It was a milestone type of night as Tierra Ruffin-Pratt was honored for scoring her one thousandth career point earlier this season, on... Read More
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Jones grabs a career-high 22 rebounds in win over Mystics

Connecticut Sun (21-12) All-Star center Jonquel Jones proved that she’s the WNBA’s leading rebounder on Tuesday, collecting a career-high 22 boards in an 86-76 win over the home Mystics (17-15). It was a matchup that featured the second and third best rebounding teams in the league, which despite Jones’ gaudy numbers, held true. The Sun narrowly won the advantage on the... Read More
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Washington’s rally falls short to Diggins-Smith led Wings

It’s the fourth quarter and Skylar Diggins-Smith is at the top of the key dribbling the ball waiting for the shot clock to go down as Ivory Latta defends her. As the shot clock begins to trickle down she takes about two dribbles to the right and then splits two Mystic defenders. As she splits the two defenders with a... Read More
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Mystics can’t overcome poor shooting, lose tiebreaker to Mercury

The WNBA playoffs are just around the corner and the energy inside Capital One Arena on Friday night proved as much. The Washington Mystics (16-12) couldn’t overcome a horrible shooting performance, however, losing at home 89-79 to the Phoenix Mercury (15-13) in the rubber match of their season series. Coming into the game, Mystics head coach Mike Thibault blatantly voiced... Read More
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Parker, Sparks run past Washington

Candace Parker scored 21 points as the Los Angeles Sparks eased past the Washington Mystics by a score of 95-62 on a Wednesday night game on ESPN 2. Parker had plenty of help on the night from her talented teammates as Nneka Ogwumike and Odyssey Sims scored 18 points a piece. Sims also tallied seven assists and four steals. Alana... Read More
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Galleries: Mystics “Acts of Kindness”

The Washington Mystics made their first visit to their soon to be new community, they visited the Giant Superstore on Alabama Avenue Monday afternoon. In attendance were Emma Meesseman, Elena Delle Donne, Kristi Toliver, Tianna Hawkins, and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough. Our Shaughn Cooper is responsible for the pictures below. Read More
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Toliver hits a big shot late to push Mystics past Mercury

The Mystics entered yesterday’s game with a one game lead over Phoenix for the fourth spot in the WNBA standings. The fourth spot guarantees a postseason bye so both teams were highly motivated coming into this game. Washington received consistent play from Kristi Toliver (20 points), Krystal Thomas (16 rebounds), Tierra Ruffin-Pratt (17 points) and Emma Meesseman (15 points). In addition... Read More
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