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Topic - Ivory Latta
The Washington Mystics needed Emma Meesseman's career-best effort to beat Connecticut and end the league's longest winning streak.
Mystics coach Mike Thibault faces the Sun, which he coached for a decade before arriving in Washington. Read more here.
Mystics point guard Ivory Latta missed shot after shot during regulation. She took over in the overtime session.
Ivory Latta played the final 4 minutes Friday night as if the entire season depended on it.
Rookie Bria Hartley scored 15 points, and Ivory Latta and Tianna Hawkins each added 11 to lead the Washington Mystics to a 79-63 victory over the Indiana Fever on Friday night.
Sitting on four straight losses and in last place in the Eastern Conference, the Washington Mystics are in desperate need of something to cheer about.
Ivory Latta scored 14 of her 22 points in the third quarter to lead the Tulsa Shock to their first win of the season, 77-59 over the Washington Mystics on Saturday night.
Tiffany Jackson scored 17 points, former Olympic sprinter Marion Jones finished her rookie season with a career-high 14 points and the Tulsa Shock snapped a six-game losing streak Saturday night by beating the Chicago Sky 84-71.
"When you have soldiers down, everybody has to step up and do extra, and be big, and that's what we did," Latta said. "No matter if we have seven, eight, nine, twelve players, we're still going to go out there and compete to the highest level."
"She's a great shooter. She's a great pick-and-roll shooter, and she does the other little things as well, but you know, Coach has definitely been getting on her about shooting," Latta said.