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Mystics start the season off with a win over the Stars

The Washington Mystics started their 2017 campaign with a win over the visiting San Antonio Stars, 89-74. The crowd of 6,126 made enough noise for double that amount in the Verizon Center.  Three of Washington’s starters finished the game having scored in double figures, 10 players got in on the action. The Stars were without last year’s first round pick... Read More
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Stars top Mystics, deficit too large despite Hill’s 26

The Mystics started the post Olympic brea with a back-to-back, in the first half of it they got a much needded win over the Indiana Fever. Unfortunately for them, they couldn’t get the win on the back end of the back-to-back as the San Antonio Stars beat them 85-74 last night at the Verizon Center. The Mystics got off to... Read More

Mystics start fast, end home stand with win over Stars

For the second consecutive game, the Washington Mystics used a strong first quarter to set the tone and run away from their opponent. The Washington Mystics ended their five-game home stand with a 84-67 win over the San Antonio Stars. Their defense fueled their offense in this one and “making the extra pass” was a way of life for the... Read More
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Mystics look to get off the snide as reigning champs come to town

As the regular season winds down, the Washington Mystics schedule refuses to get any easier. After losing a two game mini series last weekend to the Chicago Sky, Washington will host the reigning champion Phoenix Mercury tonight. The Mercury just clinched a playoff spot in the Western Conference after beating the Connecticut Sun last night on the road. Leilani Mitchell... Read More
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Latta A Nightmare for Atlanta Dream

Ivory Latta and the Washington Mystics (13-13) extended their win streak to four games and their record to .500 after a 77-67 win vs. the Atlanta Dream (15-9). The win was the third straight at home for Washington and puts them only three games back of the top seed Atlanta Dream in the Eastern Conference. Atlanta played without head coach... Read More
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Mystics Can’t Weather the Storm, fall 73-65

The Washington Mystics had a chance to move to 2-1 while also winning their first game at home, the Seattle Storm refused to cooperate. Sue Bird and Crystal Langhorne refused to let their team lose it’s fourth straight game to open the season. Bird struggled from the floor, but was very accurate from beyond the arc. Her biggest shot came... Read More
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Mystics vs Lynx Preview: Regular Season Opener

Preseason is finally over, the Washington Mystics finished at 2-1. The team got a chance to let the younger players get their feet wet, while also letting the vets get re-acclimated to the flow of the WNBA game. The combination of youth and veterans on the roster creates great depth for this year’s Mystics. After a .500 season that included... Read More
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Mystics Victorious in Bizarre Finish

The Washington Mystics defeated the Indiana Fever twice in 24 hours, the first win by a landslide and the second involved a few late game theatrics. On Monday, the Mystics routed the Fever 80-63. Monique Currie had 18 points in 18 minutes without missing a shot, including two point baskets, three point baskets and foul shots. Washington’s veterans didn’t play... Read More
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Season Preview: Washington Mystics

The 2014 WNBA Season is on the horizon, Pre-Season play starts this week and the regular season tips off on May 16. The Washington Mystics have been very busy since last year’s first round exit from the Playoffs. The Mystics fell to the Atlanta Dream in a three game series to the tune of 2-1. They finished the regular season... Read More
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