Mystics suffer disheartening end to hard-fought season on buzzer-beater

It only took one shot to end the comeback journey WASHINGTON — What a game. What a season. The Washington Mystics were in control the entire game until the Phoenix … Read More

Mystics culminate regular season with win streak, clinch playoff spot

By Demetrius Dillard/@meach_33 Courtesy photo WASHINGTON — A seven-game losing streak, being without most of last season’s starting lineup, and experiencing numerous injuries and setbacks didn’t deter the Washington Mystics … Read More

Hines-Allen’s brilliant performance fuels Mystics to second straight win

By Demetrius Dillard/@meach_33 Courtesy photo WASHINGTON — As the regular season winds down, Myisha Hines-Allen has shown how badly she wants to put the Washington Mystics in position to seal … Read More

Mystics still playoff bound with close win over Lynx

By Demetrius Dillard/@meach_33 Courtesy photo WASHINGTON — Myisha Hines-Allen netted a game-high 26 points along with nine rebounds and seven assists while Emma Meesseman and Ariel Atkins contributed with 18 … Read More

Mystics snap five-game losing streak with double-digit victory over Sky

By Demetrius Dillard/@meach_33 Courtesy photo BRADENTON, Fla. — Washington Mystics veteran guard Leilani Mitchell had a game-high 20 points, 12 assists (career high) and stayed in control of the game … Read More

No. 1 Storm nix Washington comeback attempt

By Demetrius Dillard/The Sports Pulse Contributor Courtesy photo WASHINGTON — Despite a bad shooting night from both teams, the Seattle Storm was able to sustain a comfortable lead and used … Read More

Mystics held to season-low 48 points against Lynx

Mystics have not lost five-straight games since the 2016 season By Demetrius Dillard/The Sports Pulse Contributor Courtesy photo WASHINGTON — For virtually the entire game, nothing went particularly well for … Read More

As 2020 season begins without her, Mystics’ Natasha Cloud fights for social reform

As part of her ongoing commitment to social reform, Washington Mystics guard Natasha Cloud said she would forego the 2020 WNBA season.

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