Mystics WNBA 

As the Lynx head back to Finals, Mystics encouraged about future

The Washington Mystics season came to an end as the Minnesota Lynx defeated them 81-70 in Game 3 of the semifinals on Sunday. This season proved how far they have come, but it also shows how far they have to go. With the acquisitions of former MVP Elena Delle Donne and WNBA champion Kristi Toliver, expectations were very high for... 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
WNBA 

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
Mystics 

Mystics continue success on the road, head home to face the champs

The Mystics continue to play well on the road, winning back-to-back road games to move within two games of .500. Last night in Texas, Washington topped the Dallas Wings 87-79. Prior to that, they went to Atlanta and topped the Angel McCoughtry led Dream 86-79, handing the East leading Dream just their second loss of the year. Washington has gotten... Read More
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Defense wins championships, Lynx now three time champs

Three titles in five years, that qualifies as a Dynasty right? Last night, the Minnesota Lynx ran away from the Indiana Fever in a winner-take-all Game 5. The Lynx made history in the 69-52 win last night, it was the first time they won the title on their home floor. While the score would indicate that it was a walk... Read More
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Mystics without Meesseman as they visit the Lynx

The Washington Mystics are coming off one of their biggest wins of the season, but it doesn’t get any easier. Tonight they’ll face the Minnesota Lynx again, only this time as visitors. From there, they’ll face the Chicago Sky twice in three days. The first Friday night on the road, then again on Sunday at home in D.C. The following... Read More
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