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Toliver hits a big shot late to push Mystics past Mercury

The Mystics entered yesterday’s game with a one game lead over Phoenix for the fourth spot in the WNBA standings. The fourth spot guarantees a postseason bye so both teams were highly motivated coming into this game. Washington received consistent play from Kristi Toliver (20 points), Krystal Thomas (16 rebounds), Tierra Ruffin-Pratt (17 points) and Emma Meesseman (15 points). In addition... Read More
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In physical game with New York, Washington’s depth the difference

The Washington Mystics showed that this is a different year and a different team. They not only survived a flat out war with the New York Liberty, but were the aggressors for stretches in their 67-54 win last night in the Verizon Center. In past years, teams like the Liberty and Indiana Fever would get Washington off their game by... Read More
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Mystics lose their first home game of the season

The Dallas Wings got their fifth win of the season Sunday afternoon in Washington, D.C. The Mystics suffered their first loss of the season at the Verizon Center, Washington wasn’t as sharp as they needed to be and the Wings made them pay for it.  Glory Johnson had a season high 27 points against the Mystics, 16 of which came... Read More
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Winning streaks on the line as Washington hosts Minnesota

The Washington Mystics host the Minnesota Lynx tonight in a battle between teams at the top of the league standings. The Lynx have started the season 7-0, winning four of those games on the road. The Mystics are coming off a road win over the Dallas Wings, they’re riding a 5-game win streak and are second in the league standings... Read More
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5 Observations from Washington’s win over Chicago

The Washington Mystics moved to 3-2 after a home win over the Chicago Sky last night. That was the first part of their three game homestand, an opportunity for Washington to move up the standings after a long road trip in which they went 1-2. As for last night, their were definitely some positive steps taken by Washington. The way... Read More
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Mystics use big third quarter run to get past the Sky

The Washington Mystics came home after a grueling seven day, three-game road trip to face the Chicago Sky for the second time this week. They played Thursday afternoon in Chicago, the Mystics took that game on the road and held on to beat the Sky last night at the Verizon Center. Last night was the first game they played without... Read More
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Washington ends long road trip with a win

The Washington Mystics have arrived back in Washington D.C. after a seven day, three-game road trip. Their record is now 2-2  overall after going 1-2 on the road trip. Kristi Toliver went back to LA for the first time as the Mystics took on the Sparks on their ring night, Washington would lose that game by 10, 99-89. A slow... Read More
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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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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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