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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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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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Defense, three point shooting leads to rout of Sky

The Washington Mystics took everything they worked on in practice and executed it on the defensive end. Outside of an early slip off a pick-and-roll that led to an easy bucket for Imani Boyette, the Mystics really shored up their defense in those situations. Dolson got things going early, scoring 7 of the team’s first 9 points before leaving due... 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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Parker’s near triple-double leads Sparks past Mystics

After a good homestand in which Washington went 4-1, they’ve had trouble on their road trip this month. Falling to the best team in the league last night on the road, the Los Angeles Sparks won their 18th game of the season 93-82. Candace Parker was magnificent, nearly missing a triple-double with a line of 26 points, 11 rebounds, and... Read More
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Taurasi reaches milestone as Mercury end Mystics win streak

The Phoenix Mercury had lost their identity, coming into this game at 4-9. Unfortunately for the streaking Mystics, Phoenix found it early in this one. The young Washington team would fight back, cutting a 17 point deficit to as low as five, only to have the Mercury’s Diana Taurasi put them away. It was a historic night for the former... Read More
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5 Takeaways from Washington’s win over Indiana

The Washington Mystics made it three in a row last night with a win over the Indiana Fever, one of their rivals or at least that’s what it feels like every time they meet. The young Mystics showed toughness and poise in their win, rallying from nine down and pushing the lead to 16 at one point. The last three... Read More
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Mystics gets back-to-back home wins after rallying to beat Fever

The Washington Mystics remained undefeated on this home stand, beating the visiting Indiana Fever 76-62. It would be their third win in a row, second at home and handing the Fever their third straight loss. For the second consecutive game, the Mystics got a balanced scoring attack with three starters in double figures and three players off the bench scoring... Read More
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Washington faces back-to-back overall picks tonight in Seattle

The Washington Mystics are coming off of their first victory of the season, by way of an overtime victory over the Sun in Connecticut. They’re back on the road tonight to take on the Seattle Storm. The good news for Washington through four games, there’s a lot of time left in the season to get into a rhythm and playing... 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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