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Asjha Jones tied her season-high with 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds, Tina Charles added 13 points and 10 rebounds, and the Connecticut Sun cruised to a 77-64 victory over the Washington Mystics Friday night.
Tina Charles had 30 points, nine rebounds and four assists, and the Connecticut Sun beat the Washington Mystics 94-86 on Sunday.
The Washington Mystics' four returning players are ready to stop talking, and thinking, about last season.
In the final tuneup before the WNBA season opener on Saturday, the Washington Mystics defeated the Connecticut Sun 83-64 on Monday night at Verizon Center.
It was the final home game of the season for the Mystics, as well as fan appreciation day, but the way the Mystics played on Sunday afternoon at Verizon Center left little to appreciate.
The Washington Mystics took a back seat as two players for the Connecticut Sun took center stage.
Tina Charles had no idea that it was such a historic night for some of her Connecticut Sun teammates Saturday until she overheard reporters talking in the locker room.
With less than a minute to play, the score was tied at 59. The fans, almost all 11,500 of them, were on their feet, cheering loudly in hopes of seeing the Washington Mystics pull off an upset victory over the first-place Indiana Fever.
The Mystics' 3-11 start prompted Washington to shake up its roster Monday, adding veteran forward DeMya Walker and letting go of rookies Ta'Shia Phillips and Karima Christmas.