“We knew that San Antonio was a good team coming in, but it felt like we should have done a much better job taking care of the ball,” Mystics coach Trudi Lacey said.
The loss keeps the Mystics at the bottom of the Eastern Conference, and it gives them the second-worst record in the league, ahead of the Tulsa Shock, who are 2-12.
“We did a lot of things well,” Lacey said, “but we have to put together a 40-minute game.”
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