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Defense the difference in the second half, Mystics top Sun to take lead in East

It was a big night, the top of the Eastern Conference was up for grabs as both the Washington Mystics and Connecticut Sun came into last night’s game with 8-5 records. Washington would take advantage of the opportunity, starting this week’s three game homestand with a 92-80 win. After a slow start, the Mystics used their defense to fuel a… Read More
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Experience evident down the stretch as Lynx top Mystics

The Washington Mystics did several things right in their matchup against the Minnesota Lynx last night, but experience and the lack there of was evident as one team executed down the stretch while the other faltered. Both teams were looking to end losing streaks, but Minnesota was the team that came out on top. The Lynx got huge games from… 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
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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