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Carla Peay covers the Washington Mystics for The Washington Times.
Mystics learn life lessons and celebrate fan appreciation day at last home game of the season.
Mystics All-Star forward Crystal Langhorne will miss the team's final two games
The New York Liberty need a win over the Washington Mystics on Sunday to lock up the last playoff spot. The Mystics aren't planning to make it easy for them to get it.
Mystics take on the Atlanta Dream, a team that is 3-0 against them this season.
The Mystics suffer another road loss, 75-62 to the N.Y. Liberty on Wednesday night.
The Mystics will try to end their three-game skid against the Dream on Thursday night in Atlanta
Mystics make a roster move, signing Iziane Castro Marquez and releasing Natasha Lacy.
The Mystics got a tough draw to open the second half of their season - back-to-back road games against four Olympians who just picked up gold medals in London. When they open up at home on Sunday, they get two more.
Career starter Monique Currie now finds herself in a reserve role with the Mystics, as coach Trudi Lacey tries anything and everything to produce some wins.
Mystics make a roster move, signing Bobbitt and releasing Canty
The Mystics begin the season at 0-1, after losing to Chicago on Saturday at Verizon Center. Hard at work during Monday's practice, they are determined to right the ship quickly.
Mystics continue their roster overhaul.
The Mystics add center Michelle Show to their roster.
Mystics guard Matee Ajavon has been one of the few bight spots in the team's dismal season. She's a leading contender for the league's MIP award, and if she wins, would become the third Mystics player in team history to do so.
After missing most of the season recovering from a torn ACL, Monique Currie rejoins the Mystics lineup tomorrow night against Atlanta.
By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
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