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Mystics Discover Hurdles on the Way to a W.N.B.A. Breakthrough

Washington made a big splash by acquiring Elena Delle Donne in the off-season, but its ambitions were derailed by a combination of overseas commitments and injuries.

Moore, Fowles help Lynx sweep Mystics, return to WNBA Finals

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Moore scored 21 points, Fowles added 17 points and 14 rebounds, and the Minnesota Lynx completed a sweep of the Washington Mystics with an 81-70 win in Game 3. Seimone Augustus added 18 points as Minnesota secured its third consecutive finals appearance        

Lynx sweep Mystics to reach to 6th WNBA Finals in 7 years

Minnesota is back in the Finals, setting up a likely rematch against the Los Angeles Sparks. The Minnesota Lynx are headed to their sixth WNBA Finals in seven years, finishing a three-game sweep against the Washington Mystics on Sunday. Show More Summary

5 things we learned from Day 2 of the WNBA semifinals

MVP Sylvia Fowles is pretty good, huh? Game 2 of the WNBA semifinals brought expected wins from the Minnesota Lynx over the Washington Mystics, 93-83, followed by the Los Angeles Sparks over the Phoenix Mercury, 86-72. Business as usual...Show More Summary

3 ways the Mystics can beat the Lynx in Game 2

Game 1 was all Lynx, but it’s not over yet for the MystIcs. The Minnesota Lynx destroyed the Washington Mystics, 101-81, in Game 1 of their best-of-five semifinals playoff series. The game was close for all of one quarter until it became clear Washington was outmatched. Show More Summary

3 things we learned from the Lynx dominant Game 1 win over the Mystics

Sylvia Fowles is too much for Washington. The Minnesota Lynx caught fire shooting the ball in the second quarter and never looked back in a dominant, 101-81, win over the Washington Mystics in Game 1 of their best-of-five semifinals matchup. Show More Summary

Wings' comeback falls short as Mystics eliminate Dallas from WNBA playoffs

All was over in a moment. Two hours and 19 minutes after it started, the Dallas Wings' playoff debut was no more. The Wings fell 86-76 to the Washington Mystics in a single-elimination opening round of the WNBA playoffs. It was a quick end to the franchise's first postseason trip since moving from Tulsa before the 2016 season. Show More Summary

Karima Christmas-Kelly sees similarities between 2012 Fever WNBA title team and 2017 Dallas Wings

This is new territory for the Dallas Wings. The franchise will play in its first playoff game since moving from Tulsa before the 2016 season. It faces the Washington Mystics on the road Wednesday night in a winner-take-all opening round. Show More Summary

Scouting Wings-Mystics: What to expect from Dallas' playoff opener

Dallas Wings at Washington Mystics 7:00 p.m., Wednesday. TV: ESPN2 Storyline to watch It's the first round of the WNBA playoffs, and the first playoff game for the Wings since moving from Tulsa before the 2016 season. The winner of this...Show More Summary

Lynx and Sparks Secure Top W.N.B.A. Playoff Seeds

The Lynx had to beat the Washington Mystics on Sunday to secure the top spot.

Why the Dallas Wings got an ideal playoff draw against Washington Mystics

ARLINGTON -- The Dallas Wings lost a nail-biter to the New York Liberty Sunday. Wings guard Skylar Diggins-Smith had the chance to give her team the victory in the final seconds of the regular-season finale. Her buzzer beater was not true, however, and the Wings fell 82-81. Show More Summary

Mystics beat Storm 110-106 in OT secure home playoff game

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Elena Delle Donne scored a season-high 37 points and the Washington Mystics beat the Seattle Storm 110-106 in overtime        

Wings move up to seventh seed in playoff hunt after defeating Mystics 83-78

WASHINGTON -- Skylar Diggins-Smith scored 20 points and hit Theresa Plaisance for a clinching 3-pointer with 17.2 seconds left and the Dallas Wings got a critical road victory, 83-78 over the Washington Mystics on Saturday night. Karima...Show More Summary

Scouting Wings-Mystics: Can Dallas increase its playoff cushion ahead of matchup with Chicago?

Wings at Washington Mystics Saturday, 6 p.m. (NBATV) Storyline to watch Dallas enters the game with a 1 1/2-game lead over the Chicago Sky for the final WNBA playoff spot. The Wings (14-17) need to beat the Mystics to ensure there is some breathing room before Dallas' high-stakes matchup at Chicago on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Taurasi scores 14 of 25 points in 4th in Mercury's 89-79 win

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Diana Taurasi scored 14 of her 25 points in the fourth quarter to help the Phoenix Mercury pull away for an 89-79 victory over the Washington Mystics        

Sparks crush short-handed Mystics for 20th victory

WASHINGTON — Candace Parker scored 21 points and the Sparks eased by the short-handed Washington Mystics, 95-62, in a WNBA game on Wednesday night. Odyssey Sims had 18 points, seven assists and four steals for the Sparks (20-8), and Nneka Ogwumike also had 18 points. Parker and Ogwumike combined to make 17 of 23 field […]

Los Angeles Sparks, Washington Mystics unite to tribute to Charlottesville victims

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The two teams "feel great shock, sickness, and sadness" after the weekend's violence and the President's response to it.        

Mystics and Sparks players honor Charlottesville victims during National Anthem

Members of both teams stood in solidarity for a moment silence. Players on the Washington Mystics and Los Angeles sparks stood together in a moment of silence before their game on Wednesday to honor the victims of the recent events in...Show More Summary

Sparks cruise by Mystics for 20th victory 

Candace Parker scored 21 points and the Sparks eased by the Washington Mystics 95-62 on Wednesday night. Odyssey Sims had 18 points, seven assists and four steals for Los Angeles (20-8), and Nneka Ogwumike also had 18 points. Parker and Ogwumike combined to make 17 of 23 field goals. The Sparks...

WNBA players had a dance-off after roof leak caused game delay

INCREDIBLE impromptu work. What if I told you that rain delayed WNBA games were actually... good? The Washington Mystics didn’t let their home crowd fans down when an absolute downpour in the nation’s capital caused the second roof leak at Capital One Arena in two weeks. Show More Summary

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