“We just didn’t come out with the right intensity on defense,” Langhorne said. “They were moving the ball really well and hitting shots. They were hitting everything because our defense wasn’t that good. We got down in hole and it was hard to come back.
“I think it’s a matter of intensity and talking. A lot of time it was miscommunication. Some people were in zones; some people were in man-to-man. Things like that can’t happen.”
The Mystics next game is Thursday June 16 at Verizon Center against the Connecticut Sun.
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