PHOTO CREDIT: Cardell Dudley/The Finest Magazine Mystics WNBA 

Parker, Sparks run past Washington

Candace Parker scored 21 points as the Los Angeles Sparks eased past the Washington Mystics by a score of 95-62 on a Wednesday night game on ESPN 2. Parker had plenty of help on the night from her talented teammates as Nneka Ogwumike and Odyssey Sims scored 18 points a piece. Sims also tallied seven assists and four steals. Alana... Read More
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Galleries: Mystics “Acts of Kindness”

The Washington Mystics made their first visit to their soon to be new community, they visited the Giant Superstore on Alabama Avenue Monday afternoon. In attendance were Emma Meesseman, Elena Delle Donne, Kristi Toliver, Tianna Hawkins, and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough. Our Shaughn Cooper is responsible for the pictures below. Read More
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Thomas monster double-double powers Mystics to blowout win

By Cardell Dudley In a game that will be remembered more for a halftime dance contest due to a 48 minute delay caused by a leak in the Capital One Arena roof, Krystal Thomas dominated inside with a career high 20 points and game high 14 rebounds to lead Washington to a 100-80 win over the Indiana Fever, improving to... Read More
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Washington methodical in their blowout win over Seattle

The last three games have been very interesting for the Washington Mystics. Two games ago they suffered their second loss of the season to the Lynx on the road in  Minnesota. Instead of allowing that to spiral them into a losing streak, Washington responded with a blowout win on the road in Chicago before coming home. It could have been... 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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Delle Donne closes out the Dream, Mystics win third straight

  The Washington Mystics continue to win at home, they topped the Atlanta Dream 78-72. It was much harder than it should have been though, Washington had pushed their lead to 18 not once, but twice in this one. Poor execution on offense contributed to turnovers and a general lax effort on both ends of the floor. The Dream sensed... Read More
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SWK on defensive chemistry and communication

The first round pick out of Maryland got some minutes in yesterday’s win over the Sun. She talked about the level of defense the team played at and how the chemistry on that side of the ball is growing. She cited communication as a key reason for their success at getting stops, Shatori also took some time to talk about... Read More
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Preseason finished, Mystics set roster

The Washington Mystics wrapped up their preseason schedule on Monday night. They recently waived Ally Malott, Ashley Morrissette, Mehryn Kraker and Caira Washington. They are at 12 players exactly, the amount that WNBA teams are come regular season. Below is the list of players that are on the regular season roster:   That being said, let’s break down the roster and... 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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Maryland’s dynamic duo goes sixth and eighth

The Maryland Terrapins are coming off a disappointing season, particularly for their outstanding inside-outside duo of Brionna Jones and Shatori Walker-Kimbrough. The two made an impact on the school’s record books during their four year tenure, unfortunately for them their Senior year ended early at the hands of Oregon. Jones and Walker-Kimbrough earned a record of 125-17 (.880) during their... Read More
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