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Mystics lose Hill for season, struggle on road trip

The Washington Mystics knew they would face adversity this season, they  are currently sitting in that place right now. They’ve returned home from a five-game road trip that saw them win just once and that win, came at a cost. They have one more game before the All-Star break, Wednesday morning when they host the Atlanta Dream. Hill was averaging... Read More
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Lynx roll over Mystics, Whalen makes history

It was a matchup between the two teams atop the standings, the Washington Mystics hosted the Minnesota Lynx last night at the Verizon Center. Elena Delle Donne was ruled out before the game with a left groin injury, that left Washington with out either member of their starting frontcourt as Emma Meesseman is still overseas playing for the Belgium National... Read More
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Winning streaks on the line as Washington hosts Minnesota

The Washington Mystics host the Minnesota Lynx tonight in a battle between teams at the top of the league standings. The Lynx have started the season 7-0, winning four of those games on the road. The Mystics are coming off a road win over the Dallas Wings, they’re riding a 5-game win streak and are second in the league standings... Read More
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Mystics wrap up preseason with loss to the Lynx

Preseason. That’s the best way to sum this one up, neither team looked particularly sharp from the opening whistle. That was to be expected coming in, each team’s biggest star sat this one out as well. There was no Elena Delle Donne or Maya Moore on the floor for their respective teams. While the preseason may not have been shorter... Read More
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Mystics host the Stars in next year’s season opener

The Washington Mystics 2017 season schedule was released earlier this week, early may be the theme for the league this upcoming season. Regular season play starts in May, meaning that the last regular season game will be played in the first week of September. With the absence of the Olympics, there won’t be a month long break. Obviously there will... Read More
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Sparks are the world champs

This is Jerrell checking in, giving you my take on Game 5 of the WNBA finals. First things first, I could be prisoner of the moment but that was arguably the greatest finish to any season in the league’s 20 year history. Superstar talent on both teams, a close game that came down to the wire, I mean what more... Read More
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Lynx Storm Back to Tie Series 1-1

The core players on the Minnesota Lynx’s roster have been together for so long that there’s very little they haven’t seen as a group–even facing a 1-0 deficit in the WNBA Finals. On Wednesday night, Game 2 appeared to be another case of “been there, done that”for the Lynx, as the defending champs used a 17-3 run at the end of the first... Read More
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Defense shows it’s teeth in rout of Canada

It was in Uconn Country, maybe not the heart of it, but Bridgeport is still in Connecticut. The home of Husky faithful and a place that truly loves Women’s basketball, the crowd enjoyed a dominant showing from the US National Team. They jumped on Canada early and never looked back, winning in blowout fashion 83-43. It was more of what... 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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Cold third quarter dooms Mystics against Lynx

The “Force” was not with the Mystics as they lost to the reigning champs 83-76 on Star Wars night. After leading at the half by two and limiting Maya Moore to two points, the Mystics were going into the third with loads of confidence. Then in the third period, they went 3-for-20 including missing 12 straight as the Mystics were outscored... Read More
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