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Topic - Lindsey Harding
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.
When Erika de Souza decided to leave the Atlanta Dream in the middle of the WNBA playoffs to help her native Brazil qualify for the Olympics, Lindsey Harding and the rest of the Dream managed to get by.
Improved scoring balance has the Atlanta Dream peaking at the right time.
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A look at the four first-round series in the WNBA playoffs, which start Thursday:
Matee Ajavon sat in front of her locker, trying to keep her head up. Ajavon had played two outstanding games in a row but the second one proved to be another agonizing fourth-quarter loss.
Even with a depleted roster, Crystal Langhorne loves the Washington Mystics' tough spirit.
The Seattle Storm had such a dominant run to the WNBA championship last year, they are the overwhelming favorites to win again as the league opens its 15th season this weekend.
Lindsey Harding says it didn't take long for her to see Atlanta's players are hungry for another run at a championship after being swept by Seattle in last season's WNBA finals.
After being swept by Seattle in last season's WNBA finals, the Atlanta Dream are back with new point guard Lindsey Harding as another scorer on an already potent attack.
The Mystics' frontcourt got a makeover Monday, as Washington drafted one young post player and acquired another in a trade later in the day.
For most leagues, the All-Star break is a time for players and fans to relax and have some fun. For the WNBA, the All-Star break included some serious business.
"She's great on the boards," Harding said. "She's great scoring inside and we're definitely going to look to her for that. Look at the rebound (differential). We needed her and everyone else to step up."
Dream guard Lindsey Harding, who scored 20 points in Game 1, said she is looking forward to having a little more room to work on the perimeter with more attention needing to be paid to de Souza on the block.