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Topic - Ashley Robinson
Lindsey Harding had 15 points and nine assists, Erika DeSouza had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and the Atlanta Dream cruised to a 93-68 victory against the Washington Mystics on Sunday.
The Washington Mystics players will be the first to deny that this season bears a strong resemblance to last one. Their 1-5 start may make that a hard sell.
For the first few minutes of the 2012 season, the Washington Mystics looked a lot like the brand new team that general manager and coach Trudi Lacey assembled in the offseason — tougher and more experienced — scoring the first six points against the Chicago Sky at Verizon Center.
Crystal Langhorne spent the WNBA offseason playing in Moscow, but she knew what was happening with the Washington Mystics every step of the way. Coach and general manager Trudi Lacey kept her in the loop.
Mystics coach and general manager Trudi Lacey likes post players, and is remaking the Mystics roster from the inside out. The latest move made by the Mystics was picking up center Ashley Robinson for forward Victoria Dunlap, the team's second-round draft pick last season.
"The struggle is not winning," Robinson said.
"I take this as a compliment," Robinson said.