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By Matt Kibbe
The short-term deal will assure long-term overspending
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Topic - Angela Taylor
After a combined 11-55 record in two seasons under Trudi Lacey, the Washington Mystics hired Mike Thibault as their coach and general manager Tuesday.
Albert Lee, a five-year Washington Mystics season ticket holder, was on the fence about renewing his seats. Once he heard the team had fired coach and general manager Trudi Lacey on Monday, he made his decision.
Trudi Lacey is the new general manager and head coach of the Washington Mystics, who switched both positions after the franchise's most successful season.
The Washington Mystics made Trudi Lacey their general manager and head coach in a money-saving move Monday, after cutting ties with the pair of people who held those two jobs during the most successful season in team history.
Suffice it to say, the Washington Mystics have finally moved an ounce. Maybe even a whole pound or two.