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Griner and Bonner combine for 47 points, Mercury end Mystics win streak

The Phoenix Mercury are the best road team in the league, last night they proved that once again as they beat the Washington Mystics 84-74. Britteny Griner and DeWanna Bonner had big games, scoring 24 and 23 points respectively. The Mystics were led by Elena Delle Donne’s game high 27 points and 13 rebounds. The victory improved the Mercury’s road… Read More
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Washington Mystics vs Phoenix Mercury Preview

Washington Mystics (10-5) vs Phoenix Mercury (12-5)  When: Saturday, June 30, at 7:30 p.m. Where: Capital One Arena , Washington D.C. TV: NBCSWA, NBCSB       Injury Mystics:  N/A  Mercury: N/A     Mystics – 84.7 – points per game 81.7 – points against 45.4 – Field goal %   Mercury – 83.9 – points per game 79.7 – points against 46.0 – field goals     Keep… Read More
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With Meesseman missing the season, Mystics bring Currie home

As free agency opened today in the WNBA, the Washington Mystics made a move to bring back veteran wing Monique Currie. It’s no surprise that Washington was active as they shared that Emma Meeseman will be sitting out the 2018 WNBA season about 24 hours ago. Obviously that’s going to be a tough hole to fill for the Mystics, but… Read More
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Mystics can’t overcome poor shooting, lose tiebreaker to Mercury

The WNBA playoffs are just around the corner and the energy inside Capital One Arena on Friday night proved as much. The Washington Mystics (16-12) couldn’t overcome a horrible shooting performance, however, losing at home 89-79 to the Phoenix Mercury (15-13) in the rubber match of their season series. Coming into the game, Mystics head coach Mike Thibault blatantly voiced… Read More