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Mystics Win Franchise’s First Title, Meesseman named MVP

Run It Back. That was the mantra for the Washington Mystics starting from the moment they lost in the WNBA Finals last season. Last night, they righted that wrong by winning the first title in franchise history. Winning a winner-take-all Game 5 against the Connecticut Sun 89-78. Successfully completing their goal, from running it back to first time champs. Emma… Read More
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Defense, Rebounding and Physicality propel Washington to Game 3 Win

Roughly 30-35 minutes before the game, the Washington Mystics shared that both Elena Delle Donne and Ariel Atkins were available to play in Game three after being ruled questionable with back injuries. They both started in Washington’s 94-81 win over the Connecticut Sun. Each gave what they could and it was appreciated by their teammates who planned to play this… Read More
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Washington Mystics vs Connecticut Sun Preview

Mystics 0-0 (2018- 22-12) vs Sun 0-0 (2018 – 21-13) When: Saturday, May 25th, at 7:30 p.m. Where: Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT TV: Twitter Injury Mystics: Kiara Leslie – (Out, Torn Meniscus in right knee), Aerial Powers (Out, Left Gluteal injury), Elena Delle Donne (Doubtful, Knee) Sun: N/A Mystics (2018)- 82.0 – points per game 79.0 – points against 44.8 – Field goal… Read More
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Thomas leads Sun past Mystics

Connecticut’s head coach Curt Miller was excited about his team’s historic start, he also cited the shape the Washington Mystics were in after his team’s 88-64 victory. Specifically how the recent schedule for Washington may have left them with dead legs on their long jump shots. The Sun are now 5-0 this season, while Washington falls to 5-3. Jasmine Thomas… Read More