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Mike Woodson is coming to New York to help the Knicks' defense. Just don't call him a defensive specialist.
Epiphanny Prince had 18 points and Sylvia Fowles scored 14 — all in the second half — and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the Chicago Sky to an 80-67 victory over the Washington Mystics on Friday night.
Freddy Adu left Major League Soccer midway through the 2007 season.
Matee Ajavon tied a career high with 32 points to help the Washington Mystics cruise to a 91-81 victory over the New York Liberty on Saturday night.
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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.